N.J.S.A 17:32-3. Deposit company of foreign country

17:32-3. Deposit company of foreign country

If the company is organized under the laws of a foreign country it shall not be admitted until, in addition to complying with the foregoing conditions, it has made a deposit or deposits with the insurance commissioner or other officer of a State or States of the United State designated by the laws of such State or States to hold the same, of a total amount not less than $200,000.00, nor less than the capital required of a stock company of this State transacting the same kinds o businesS.The deposit or deposits must be in exclusive trust for the benefit and security of all the policyholders of the company in the United States, and shall be deemed for all purposes of this subtitle t capital of the company making it.

Amended 1960,c.35,s.1.

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