New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-180 - Conservation Orders

17:12B-180. Conservation orders
For the purpose of conserving the assets of a State association and of protecting the interests of its members and the public, the commissioner may require any State association, by an order in writing effective for a period of 90 days, to apply money received by it in the manner provided in section 187 of this act; to postpone the payment of all, or any portion of its applications for withdrawals and maturities as he may deem necessary and expedient, to be determined by him according to the ability of the State association to pay withdrawals and maturities so long as such payment does not result in any discrimination against the interest of the other members of the State association and to restrict or limit investments thereafter made. Such order may also prohibit all persons, including members, from instituting suit on any claim against said State association during said period. The commissioner may continue the effectiveness of any such order for additional 90-day periods from time to time but not for a total period longer than 1 year from the date of the issuance of the original order. He may also modify any such order from time to time within said 1-year period. The making of any such order, or modification thereof, shall not prohibit the commissioner from proceeding in accordance with the provisions of sections 181 and 182 of this act.

L.1963, c. 144, s. 180.

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