17:9A-9. Application for charter
A. The certificate of incorporation of every bank and savings bank shall be submitted to the commissioner within 60 days after its execution, together with an affidavit made by each of the incorporators, setting forth:
(1) that no fee, commission or other compensation has been paid, directly or indirectly, by the bank or savings bank or by anyone in its behalf for securing subscriptions for or selling stock in the proposed bank or for procuring capital deposits for the proposed savings bank, and that no promotion fees or charges have been provided for or are in anywise contemplated;
(2) a complete disclosure of all fees paid or agreed to be paid in the matter of chartering and organizing the proposed bank or savings bank;
(3) that, except as otherwise stated in the affidavit, the incorporators are the true and only parties in interest; and
(4) that, in the case of a bank, the entire capital stock has been subscribed for, and that each subscriber has undertaken in writing to pay in cash, upon approval according to law of the certificate of incorporation, his proportionate share of the capital stock, surplus and reserve fund for organization expense, specified in the certificate of incorporation; or that, in case of a savings bank, the capital deposits have been subscribed in full, and each subscriber has undertaken in writing to pay in cash, upon approval according to law of the certificate of incorporation, his proportionate share of the capital deposits.
B. The submission of the certificate of incorporation and affidavit shall constitute the application for a charter under this act.
L.1948, c. 67, p. 185, s. 9. Amended by L.1950, c. 181, p. 413, s. 1; L.1965, c. 171, s. 3.
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