New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:9a-13 - Beginning Of Corporate Existence; Certificate Of Incorporation As Evidence

17:9A-13. Beginning of corporate existence; certificate of incorporation as evidence
A. Upon the filing of the certificate of incorporation as specified in section 12, the subscribers to the certificate, their successors and assigns, shall be a corporation by the name stated in the certificate, subject to the provisions of this act, and subject to dissolution as in this act or otherwise by law provided; but no bank or savings bank shall transact any business whatsoever, except that relating to its organization, until it has received from the commissioner a certificate of authority to transact business, as hereinafter provided.

B. The certificate of incorporation, or a copy thereof certified by the commissioner, shall be evidence in all courts and places.

L.1948, c. 67, p. 190, s. 13.

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