New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:16a-10 - Investment Contracts; Form; Approval By Commissioner; Review

17:16A-10. Investment contracts; form; approval by Commissioner; review
Except as herein otherwise provided, no investment contract shall be issued by any investment company of this State or be made, issued, solicited, sold or delivered in this State by any investment company of another State or country until the expiration of at least thirty days after the form thereof shall have been filed with the commissioner. After the expiration of such period, or if prior to the expiration of such period the commissioner shall acknowledge such filing, investment contracts in the form so filed, or so filed and acknowledged, as the case may be, may thereafter be made, issued, solicited, sold and delivered in this State by the company filing the same while the company is authorized to transact an investment business in this State. If the commissioner shall at any time notify the company filing such form of his disapproval thereof, as containing provisions which are unfair, unjust, inequitable, contrary to law or to the public policy of this State, the company shall not thereafter make, issue, solicit, sell or deliver in this State any investment contract in the form so disapproved unless and until such disapproval is canceled or withdrawn by him. The disapproval of the commissioner shall be subject to review by the Superior Court in a proceeding in lieu of prerogative writ.

L.1938, c. 322, p. 824, s. 10. Amended by L.1953, c. 17, p. 230, s. 98.

Section: Previous  17-16a-3  17-16a-4  17-16a-5  17-16a-6  17-16a-7  17-16a-8  17-16a-9  17-16a-10  17-16a-11  17-16a-12  17-16a-13  17-16a-14  17-16a-15  17-16a-16  17-16a-17  Next

Last modified: October 11, 2016