N.J.S.A 17:35-8. Annual report

17:35-8. Annual report

Every life insurance company doing business under this article shall, on or before March first in each year, make and file with the commissioner a report of its affairs and operation during the year ending on December thirty-first immediately preceding, which reports shall be in lieu of any other report required by any other law of this State. The reports shall be in such form and verified by the oaths of such officers of the corporation as the commissioner requireS.The commissioner may, for good cause, extend the time within which the statement may be filed. The fee for filing the report shall be twenty dollars ($20.00). Any corporation failing to make the report or to pay any fees required by law shall, upon the order of the commissioner, cease to do business in this State until the report and payment are made.

Amended by L.1945, C.178, p. 607, s.1.

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