New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:17c-10 - Status Of Stock Insurer After Reorganization.

17:17C-10 Status of stock insurer after reorganization.

10. Upon the effective date, the mutual insurer shall immediately become a stock insurer, all membership interests shall be extinguished, and the reorganized insurer will act in good faith to convey consideration to policyholders eligible to receive consideration under the plan of reorganization within 45 days, pursuant to the terms of the plan of reorganization. The reorganized insurer shall be a continuation of the original mutual insurer, and the reorganization in no way shall annul, modify or change any of the original mutual insurer's existing suits, rights, contracts or liabilities, except as provided in the plan of reorganization. After reorganization, the reorganized insurer shall exercise all the rights and powers and perform all the duties conferred or imposed by law upon insurers writing the classes of insurance written by it, and shall be vested in all the rights, franchises and interests of the mutual insurer in and to every species of property without any deed or transfer and the reorganized insurer shall succeed to all the obligations and liabilities of the mutual insurer, and retain all rights and contracts existing prior to conversion, except as provided in the plan.


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