New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:18-4 - Purchase Of Stock Of Other Companies

17:18-4. Purchase of stock of other companies
Any insurance company, other than a life insurance company, organized under the laws of this state and authorized to transact business, may purchase or acquire, hold, sell or transfer all or a part of the capital stock of any other insurance company, and may pay therefor in cash or its equivalent or in its own capital stock, and may issue its capital stock in payment to the persons from whom the same may be purchased or acquired, or otherwise for the purpose of the purchase or acquisition. The stock so purchased or acquired shall constitute lawful payment for the capital stock issued to purchase or acquire it and any capital stock so issued shall be deemed a part of the capital of the issuing company. The company may exhibit the amount of capital so paid up in its advertisements.

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