17:16A-16. Revocation of certificate of authority of foreign investment company
When the commissioner shall find that the affairs of any investment company incorporated under the laws of another State or country are in an unsound condition because of illegal or unsafe investments, or that its assets do not exceed its liabilities including reserves and exclusive of capital stock, by at least one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00), or that the transaction of business in this State by the company has resulted in the establishing of a contract or contracts between the purchaser or purchasers and the company which are unlawful, unfair, unjust, oppressive, inequitable, or against the public policy of this State, or if the commissioner finds that the solicitation or selling plan, soliciting or selling representations, or methods of solicitation or selling used by the company or by its agents, in conducting solicitation or sales of investment contracts or securities within this State are unfair, unjust, oppressive, inequitable, or against the public policy of this State, or are calculated to mislead the purchaser thereof, the commissioner may cancel and revoke the certificate of authority issued to the company pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
L.1938, c. 322, p. 828, s. 16.
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