New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:17-5 - Approval By Attorney General; Recording And Filing Certificate

17:17-5. Approval by attorney general; recording and filing certificate
The certificate of incorporation shall be proved or acknowledged as required for deeds of real estate and be submitted to, and examined by, the attorney general, and if found by him to be in accordance with this subtitle and not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of this state, he shall indorse thereon or annex thereto his certificate to that effect. The certificate of incorporation shall then be recorded in a book kept for that purpose in the office of the clerk of the county wherein the principal office and place of business of the corporation is to be located, and after being so recorded, filed in the department. Thereupon, such persons, their successors and assigns, shall, from the date of the filing, be a corporation by the name set forth in the certificate.

The certificate, or copies thereof, duly certified by the commissioner, shall be evidence in all courts and places.

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