New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-56 - Appropriation For Payments; Merger Of Associations

17:12B-56. Appropriation for payments; merger of associations
Any payments required to establish a pension fund out of which benefits may be paid directly or to provide for prior service credits under the pension plan or for any proper purpose in connection with the establishment or maintenance of a pension plan, may with the approval of the commissioner be appropriated from the undivided profits account and shall not be subject to the provisions of section 72 of this act. In the event of a merger of 2 or more associations, any pension plan in effect in a merging association may with the approval of the commissioner and the board of the receiving State association be assumed by the receiving State association, and for purposes of the pension, persons serving under the merging association shall be considered to have served such employment under the receiving State association.

L.1963, c. 144, s. 56.

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