New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:9a-265 - Valuations Of Assets By Commissioner

17:9A-265. Valuations of assets by commissioner
A.For the purposes of determining whether a bank is insolvent or is in an unsafe or unsound condition to transact business, within the meaning of paragraphs (4) or (6) or subsection A of section 269, the commissioner may, in his discretion, consider that obligations described in subsection B of this section are worth (1) their face amounts, or (2) their cost to the bank, or (3) any amount between their face amounts and such cost.

The commissioner may likewise, in his discretion, consider that all other assets have such values as he deems proper.

B.For the purposes of subsection A of this section, an obligation shall mean a bond or interest-bearing note or other obligation for the payment of money in sum certain, which is not in default as to principal or interest and

(1) which was issued or guaranteed by the United States, or issued by any agency, district, territory or possession of the United States, this State, any other state of the United States, the Port of New York Authority, the Palisades Interstate Park Commissioners, the Delaware River Joint Commission, the New Jersey Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission, the New Jersey Interstate Bridge Commission, any county, municipality, school district, board of park or sewer commissioners, or similar public authority of this State or any other state of the United States, or

(2) which was issued by any private corporation, if the obligation has a ready market over the counter, or on a stock, securities, or investment exchange.

L.1948, c.67, s.265.

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