N.J.S.A 17:32-4. Evidence of authority of foreign company

17:32-4. Evidence of authority of foreign company

When an insurance company of another State or foreign country complies with the laws of this State and has issued to it the certific of the commissioner, authorizing it to transact business in this State then in any civil action in which the company is plaintiff or defendant or in any criminal proceedings in this State, a certified copy of the certificate of authority, under the hand and official seal of the commissioner, shall be prima facie evidence of the incorporation of the company.

Amended 1953,c.17,s.132.

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