New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:16a-2 - Compliance With Law Before Doing Business; Liability Of Directors And Corporators For Transacting Business Without Certificate Of Authority

17:16A-2. Compliance with law before doing business; liability of directors and corporators for transacting business without certificate of authority
Prohibition to do business. No investment company as defined in this chapter shall undertake the transaction of an investment business in this State until it shall have complied with the applicable requirements of this chapter and shall have received a certificate of authority from the Commissioner of Insurance setting forth that it has complied with the provisions of this chapter and specifying the kind of business to be transacted by it. The directors and corporators of any investment company incorporated under the laws of this State shall be jointly and severally liable for all obligations incurred by the company after the effective date of this chapter by reason of its having transacted such business in this State before it has received a certificate of authority from the commissioner pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.

L.1938, c. 322, p. 817, s. 2. Amended by L.1970, c. 127, s. 1, eff. July 1, 1970.

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