N.J.S.A 17B:18-47. Increase or decrease of capital stock

17B:18-47. Increase or decrease of capital stock

Any domestic stock insurer may increase its capital stock or decrease it to an amount not less than the minimum required by this code by proceeding in the manner and subject to the conditions of section 17B:18-56. Stock insurers; change of name, extension of corporate existence or amendment of charter or certificate of incorporation.

The whole of the increased capital stock shall be paid and may be invested, and an examination thereof shall be made in the manner provided by section 17B:18-41. Examination before commencing business for the original capital stock. Thereupon the increase shall be deemed a part of the capital of the insurer, subject to all the provisions of this code applicable thereto. When any insurer increases its capital stock by more than $50,000.00, an examination thereof shall be made whenever and as often as $50,000.00 or more of the increase is paid in, as is provided in said section 17B:18-41. Examination before commencing business for the original capital stock. Thereupon the increase of $50,000.00 or more shall be deemed a part of the capital of the insurer subject to all the provisions of this Code applicable thereto.

L.1971, C. 144, S.17B:18-47.

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