N.J.S.A 17:45-3. Prerequisites to issuance of certificate; time for qualifying

17:45-3. Prerequisites to issuance of certificate; time for qualifying

The commissioner may issue such certificate of authority to any such incorporated association of this state when it shall have filed in the department a certified copy of its charter or certificate of incorporation, a copy of its constitution or by-laws, a statement of its financial condition in such form and detail as the commissioner shall require, signed and sworn to by its president and secretary or other proper officers, copies of all forms of benefit certificates which the association proposes to issue and the commissioner is satisfied, on the basis of examination or otherwise, that the association has complied with the requirements of this chapter and that its condition or methods of operation are not such as would render its operations hazardous to the public or to its memberS.No change in, amendment to, alteration in, addition to, or substitution for any document, instrument or other paper so filed shall become operative or effective until the same shall also have been filed in a similar manner. No such certificate of authority shall be issued to any mutual benefit association not incorporated under the laws of this state nor shall any such certificate be granted to any such association of this state after January first, one thousand nine hundred thirty-eight, which shall not have qualified therefor within one year after its date of incorporation.

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