New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:14a-7 - Certificate Of Incorporation

17:14A-7. Certificate of incorporation
The incorporators shall personally sign and prove or acknowledge as is required for deeds of real estate, a certificate of incorporation, which shall state:

a. The name of the corporation, which shall contain the words "safe deposit" , and the name of the corporation shall not be one already in use by another corporation nor so similar thereto as to deceive the public or lead to uncertainty or confusion;

b. The street, street number, if any, and the municipality in this State where its business is to be carried on;

c. Its purposes and objects;

d. The amount of its capital stock, which shall not be less than $200,000.00 and shall be divided into shares having a par value of not less than $2.00 per share and be fully subscribed for in the certificate;

e. The name, residence (including street and number, if any) post office address and occupation of each incorporator;

f. The number of shares subscribed for by each incorporator;

g. The period, if any, limited for the duration of the company; and

h. The certificate may contain any provisions, consistent with the provisions of this chapter, which the incorporators may choose to insert for the regulation of its business, the conduct of its affairs, or for the defining, limiting and regulating the powers of its directors.

L.1983, c. 566, s. 17:14A-7.

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