No bank, savings and loan association or insurance company, any of whose authorized real estate securities are insured by mortgage guaranty insurance pursuant to this act may state in any brochure, pamphlet, report or any form of advertising that the real estate loans of the bank, savings and loan association or insurance company are “insured loans” unless the brochure, pamphlet, report or advertising also clearly states that the loans are insured by private insurers and the names of the private insurers are given and shall not make any such statement at all unless such insurance is by an insurance company authorized to transact business in this State pursuant to this act.
L.1968, C.248, s.10, eff. Aug. 12, 1968.
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