17B:18-6. Stipulations in stock subscriptions and applications
Every subscription to the capital stock of a stock insurer shall contain the stipulation that no sum shall be used for commission, promotion or organization expenses in excess of a per cent of the amount paid upon the stock subscription, to be named in the stipulation, in an amount to be named by the commissioner. Every subscription for stock and every application for insurance in the insurer made prior to the granting to the insurer by the commissioner of the certificate of authority shall contain the stipulation that the money advanced by the applicant shall be returned to him without any deduction if the insurer fails to complete its organization or procure the certificate or issue the policy applied for in the application.
L.1971, C. 144, S.17B:18-6.
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