17:48E-42. For-profit corporations excluded
The provisions of this act shall not apply to any corporation carrying on the business of life, health or accident insurance, for profit or gain, or to fraternal beneficiary associations as defined in section 1 of P.L. 1959, C. 167 (C. 17:44A-1). A health service corporation authorized to transact business pursuant to this act shall be exempt from all other provisions of Title 17B of the New Jersey Statutes, except as herein specified, but the unfair trade practices provisions of N.J.S.17B:30-1 et seq. shall apply to health service corporations except to the extent: a. expressly excepted in this act, or b. the commissioner determines that any provisions of N.J.S.17B:30-1 et seq. are inappropriate as applied to health service corporationS.
L. 1985, C. 236, S.42, eff. July 15, 1985.
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