17:3A-3b. Destruction of records after five years from liquidation date without leave of court; notice
At any time after the expiration of five years from the date on which the liquidation of a corporation shall have been completed and final distribution made, the liquidator may, in his discretion, and without leave of court, destroy, or cause to be destroyed, any of the records, documents and other papers of the corporation, including those relating to the liquidation, which, in his opinion, it is unnecessary further to preserve or retain; provided, however, that the liquidator shall first give notice of his intention so to do by advertising such notice in the manner provided in section two.
L.1948, c. 266, p. 1158, s. 3-B.
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