New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:46b-26 - Foreign And Alien Title Insurance Companies

17:46B-26. Foreign and alien title insurance companies
No title insurance company not incorporated or organized under the laws of this State, but authorized to transact business herein, shall make, write, place or cause to be made, written or placed any policy or contract of insurance covering real property in this State except:

a. Through a title insurance agent as defined in section 1 of this act who or which is a resident of this State or maintains his, her or its principal place of business in this State; or

b. Through a bona fide branch office located in this State and under the direction and control of such title insurance company, all expenses of which branch office, including compensation of all employees, are paid by such title insurance company; or

c. Through a subsidiary title insurance company having its principal place of business in this State. This section shall not be applicable to contracts of reinsurance, or to policies of excess coinsurance.

L.1975, c. 106, s. 26, eff. May 29, 1975.

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