N.J.S.A 17:49A-10. Amendments

17:49A-10. Amendments

The commissioners may, from time to time, amend the bylaws and plan of risk management of the fund; provided, however, that no such amendment shall take effect until approved as provided in this section.

a. The commissioners shall file with the Commissioner of Insurance for his approval a copy of any amendment to the bylaws of the fund upon approval, by resolution, of the board of each participating nonprofit corporation, or written approval signed by the owner of each participating Keys amendment facility, as the case may be, or any amendment to the plan of risk management, upon adoption by the commissioners.

b. Within 30 working days of receipt, the Commissioner of Insurance shall either approve or disapprove any amendment to the bylaws or plan of risk management. If the Commissioner of Insurance fails either to approve or disapprove the amendment within that 30 working day period, the amendment shall be deemed approved.

C.If any amendment shall be disapproved, the Commissioner of Insurance shall set forth in writing the reasons for disapproval. Upon the receipt of the notice of disapproval, the commissioners of the affected joint insurance fund may request a hearing. The hearing shall be convened by the Commissioner of Insurance in a timely manner.

L. 1987, C.431, s.10.

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