N.J.S.A 17:32-1. Transaction of business by foreign companies

17:32-1. Transaction of business by foreign companies

Any insurance company formed by authority of another State or foreign government may be admitted to transact in this State any class or classes of insurance authorized by chapters 17 to 33 of this Title (sS.17:17-1 seq.), to be transacted by an insurance company of this State, in the manner hereinafter provided. Any corporation of any State of the United States, which by its charter or the laws of the State in which it was incorporated is authorized to write life insurance and insurance against accidents to persons, may, if possessed of a paid-up capital of not less than $1,000,000.00, be admitted to transact in this State all of the kinds of insurance specified in paragraphs “c,” “d” and “e” of section 17:17-1. Kinds of insurance of this Title.

Amended 1968,C. 336,S.4.

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