New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:16j-8 - Liquidated Account; Merger Of Mutual Depositories

17:16J-8. Liquidated account; merger of mutual depositories
In the event of a merger of two mutual depositories or the conversion of a mutual depository to a capital stock depository which is related to a supervisory merger or supervisory acquisition, the merger agreement or plan of acquisition may provide for the establishment and maintenance of a liquidation account for the benefit of the account holders of the merging or converted mutual depository in the event of the subsequent liquidation of the resulting or acquiring depository. The account shall be in an amount approved by the commissioner, and shall be maintained by the resulting or acquiring depository for a length of time determined by the commissioner. Payment to depositors entitled to an interest in the liquidation account shall be made in a manner prescribed by the commissioner.

L.1982, c. 8, s. 8, eff. March 4, 1982.

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