1:1-18. Corporations, associations or societies; effect of repealer on existence, etc., thereof
The repeal by the enactment of the Revised Statutes or of any statute of any other statute or part thereof, under or by virtue of which any corporation, association or society, of whatsoever nature, was incorporated or formed and is in existence at the time when the Revised Statutes or such repealing statute, as the case may be, became or becomes effective, shall not be construed to work a dissolution of any such existing corporation, association or society; but the charter, certificate of incorporation or articles of association and the rights, powers, privileges, duties, obligations of and limitations upon any such existing corporation, association or society shall, unless otherwise provided in the Revised Statutes, or such repealing statute, continue as though the Revised Statutes, or such repealing statute, had not been enacted, and every such existing corporation, association or society shall remain and continue to be liable on its bonds and other obligations issued and outstanding on the date when the Revised Statutes became, or such repealing statute becomes effective.
Amended by L.1960, c. 187, p. 783, s. 12, eff. Jan. 18, 1961.
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