New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:9a-131.2 - Debentures Or Capital Notes

17:9A-131.2. Debentures or capital notes
A. Debentures or capital notes issued pursuant to this act

(a) shall be unsecured; and

(b) shall provide that the indebtedness evidenced thereby shall be subordinate to the claims of depositors and all other creditors of the bank, regardless whether the claims of such depositors or other creditors arose before or after the issuance of such debentures or capital notes; and

(c) shall not confer any voting rights upon the holders thereof under any circumstances; and

(d) shall not be convertible into capital stock.

B. Debentures or capital notes issued pursuant to this act, and debentures or capital notes issued prior to the effective date of this act for the purpose of retiring all or part of any class or classes of preferred stock issued prior to September 16, 1948, shall be treated as capital stock for the purposes of sections 24, 51, 52, 62, 69, 72 and 211 of The Banking Act of 1948 (P.L.1948, c. 67).

L.1953, c. 215, p. 1621, s. 2. Amended by L.1956, c. 114, p. 505, s. 1; L.1957, c. 79, p. 151, s. 1.

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