New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-80 - Governmental Agencies May Be Members

17:12B-80. Governmental agencies may be members
The United States of America, the State of New Jersey, or any agency or instrumentality of either of them, or any corporation incorporated under the laws of the United States, in the stock of which the Secretary of the Treasury of the United State may be authorized by an Act of Congress to invest, may be a member of any association and hold one or more accounts therein without limit as to amount. Any association may make an agreement with any such member, deferring or postponing the right to withdraw all or any part of such member's account, but such member shall not be entitled to any withdrawal preferences or priorities as against any other member, and shall otherwise be entitled to all rights and privileges and subject to all obligations and limitations of membership in such association.

L.1963, c. 144, s. 80.

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