N.J.S.A 17B:18-11. Nomination of candidates for director

17B:18-11. Nomination of candidates for director

At least seven months before the day fixed for any election of directors, the board of directors shall by a vote of a majority of its number nominate a candidate for each office of director to be filled at such next ensuing election and shall file with the commissioner a certificate of such nominations giving the name, occupation and address of each nominee. Qualified voters of the insurer as hereinafter defined to a number of not less than 1/10 % of the number of policies of the corporation in force as set forth in the next preceding annual statement of the insurer filed with the commissioner may nominate a candidate for each office of director to be filled at such next ensuing election by filing with the commissioner at least 5 months before the day fixed for such election a certificate, which may be in any number of counterpart originals, signed and acknowledged by each of them, giving his name, address and the number of his policy and giving the name, occupation and address of each candidate so nominated, together with a statement signed by each such candidate to the effect that he will accept if elected, and by serving upon the secretary of the corporation at least 5 months before the day fixed for such election a duplicate original of such certificate and of such statement.

L.1971, C. 144, S.17B:18-11.

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