N.J.S.A 17:35-12. Reinsurance

17:35-12. Reinsurance

No such corporation of this state shall transfer its risks to or insure them in another corporation, unless the contract of transfer or reinsurance is first submitted to and approved by a two-thirds vote of a meeting of the insured called to consider the same, of which meeting a written or printed notice shall be mailed to each member, certificate holder or policyholder at least thirty days before the day fixed. If the transfer or reinsurance is approved, every member, certificate holder or policyholder of the corporation who files with the secretary thereof, within ten days after the meeting, a written notice of his preference to be transferred to a corporation other than the one named in the contract, shall be accorded all the rights and privileges, if any, in aid of such transfer as would have been accorded under the terms of the contract, had he been transferred to the corporation named therein. No such corporation shall transfer its risks or assets or any part thereof to, or reinsure its risks or any part thereof in, any insurance corporation or association of any other state or country which is not at the time of the transfer or reinsurance authorized to do business in this state.

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