N.J.S.A 17:37-2. Retirement or surrender of advance premium notes

17:37-2. Retirement or surrender of advance premium notes

When any mutual fire insurance company formed under this subtitle shall have taken advantage of sections 17:26-4 and 17:26-5. Stock nonassessable of this title, and shall have created a capital stock and issued policies, not mutual, participating or assessable, all notes received by the company at the time of its commencement of business as advance premiums for insurance, as required by section 17:17-7. Assets required for mutual company; temporary waiver of this title, and which notes are by said section 17:17-7. Assets required for mutual company; temporary waiver considered the capital stock of the company, may, by a majority vote of the directors of the company, be retired and surrendered to the persons by whom the same were given, if the policies of insurance in connection with which the notes have been received, have matured, or have been surrendered or canceled.

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