N.J.S.A 17:37-1. Property mutual company may insure

17:37-1. Property mutual company may insure

Any mutual fire insurance company of this state may insure dwellings, schoolhouses, houses for religious worship, mechanic shops, barns, wagon houses and other farm buildings, with or without their contents, against loss or damage by lightning or fire, without regard to the distance which any one building stands from another building or whether it is connected with any other building, dwelling house, shop, barn or other building, and may insure buildings, farm produce and other personal property against loss or damage by lightning or fire, wherever the same is located.

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