New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:2a-4 - Exercise Of Emergency Powers; Declaration By Commissioner; Operative Period Of Rules And Regulations

17:2A-4. Exercise of emergency powers; declaration by commissioner; operative period of rules and regulations
Whenever a disaster area is so proclaimed, the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance shall review promptly conditions in the area in order to determine the extent of destruction and damage to real property. If he shall determine, within the standards set forth in section 3 of this act, that exercise of the emergency powers herein delegated is warranted, he may declare operative for such disaster area all or any portion of the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to section 2 of this act. The declaration shall be publicly announced and circulated in newspapers and financial publications throughout the State. Unless the operative period is sooner terminated by the commissioner, such rules and regulations shall be applicable for mortgage loan transactions entered into with respect to property in the disaster area during the period of emergency.

L.1962, c. 43, s. 4.

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