New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:2a-2 - Emergency Rules And Regulations; Adopted By Commissioner

17:2A-2. Emergency rules and regulations; adopted by commissioner
The Commissioner of Banking and Insurance may adopt rules and regulations affecting financial institutions which hold, make or purchase mortgage loans within a disaster area during a period of emergency.

Such rules and regulations may, to the extent deemed necessary by the commissioner, authorize financial institutions to refinance, compromise, adjust or otherwise relax provisions of mortgage loans held by them on property within a disaster area, or to make or purchase mortgage loans on such property notwithstanding any law of this State concerning ratio of mortgage loans to appraised value, rank of lien, minimum amortization, maximum maturity date, prior appraisals, or other limitations which the commissioner determines should be waived, modified or relaxed during a period of emergency.

L.1962, c. 43, s. 2.

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