New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:9a-131.1 - Borrowing Money To Retire Preferred Stock

17:9A-131.1. Borrowing money to retire preferred stock
A bank, as defined in section 1 of the act to which this act is a supplement, may, with the approval of the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance, borrow money for the purpose of retiring all or part of any class or classes of preferred stock issued by it prior to September 16, 1948. The commissioner shall not approve any loan for the purposes of this act unless he shall be satisfied that the funds required for the retirement of preferred stock cannot be obtained by the issuance of preferred stock or common stock without undue hardship, cost or disadvantage to the bank or its stockholders. Any loan or loans made pursuant to this act shall be evidenced by debentures or capital notes which shall have such maturities, and, shall contain such terms, covenants and conditions as the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance may approve, within the provisions of this act.

L.1953, c. 215, p. 1621, s. 1.

Section: Previous  17-9a-125  17-9a-126  17-9a-127  17-9a-128  17-9a-129  17-9a-130  17-9a-131  17-9a-131.1  17-9a-131.2  17-9a-131.3  17-9a-131.20  17-9a-131.21  17-9a-131.22  17-9a-131.23  17-9a-131.24  Next

Last modified: October 11, 2016