N.J.S.A 17:37-4. Rewards

17:37-4. Rewards

The directors of any mutual fire insurance company of this state may offer, in the company’s name, such sum of money as in their judgment is proper as a reward for the apprehension and conviction of any person who burns or causes to be burned any property on which the company has a policy of insurance in force, and may raise the money necessary to pay the reward and pay the same in the same manner as they are authorized to raise and pay moneys for losses.

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