N.J.S.A 17:35-2. Incorporation

17:35-2. Incorporation

Nine or more persons may form a corporation for the purpose of transacting the business of life insurance upon the assessment plan, by filing in the department a declaration in writing signed and duly acknowledged by each of them, stating:

a. Their intention to form a corporation for the transaction of life insurance upon the assessment plan;

b. The name of the proposed corporation, which shall not be one in use by another corporation of the state or so nearly similar thereto as to lead to uncertainty or confusion;

C. The location of its principal office in this state; and

d. The mode in which its corporate powers are to be exercised and of electing directors or trusteeS.

The declaration shall have indorsed thereon or annexed thereto, and as a part thereof, the sworn statement of three of such persons that at least three hundred persons eligible under the proposed laws of the corporation to membership therein have in good faith made application in writing for membership.

The declaration, with a certificate of the attorney general that it is in accordance with this article and not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of this state, shall thereupon be filed by the commissioner, who shall deliver to the corporation a certified copy of the papers so filed. This certified copy shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the county wherein the office of the corporation is to be located, whereupon it shall be deemed to be incorporated under this article. The corporation shall pay for filing the declaration provided for herein the sum of twenty dollarS.

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