New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-198.1 - Merger Between State, Out-of-state Associations

17:12B-198.1. Merger between State, out-of-State associations
98. a. One or more State associations may, with the approval of the commissioner, merge with an out-of-State association or associations, or with a federal association or associations, each with their principal office outside of this State, pursuant to sections 198 through 212 of P.L.1963, c.144 (C.17:12B-198 through 17:12B-212).

b.The commissioner may not permit a merger involving an association and an out-of-State association or federal association unless the home state of each out-of-State association and federal association involved in the transaction has in effect, as of the date of the approval of such transaction, a law that permits interstate merger transactions with associations whose home state is this State.

c.A resulting association that is an out-of-State association shall file with the commissioner in a manner which is consistent with regulations adopted by the commissioner for this purpose.


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