The statutory and case law applicable to private companies: under the General Corporation Act of New Jersey and corporation precedents (Google eBook)

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Baker, Voorhis, 1899 - Corporation law - 364 pages
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Contents

2o Shares personal property transfers 21 Stockholders liable until subscriptions are fully paid
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Directors may make assessments until shares are fully paid
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Shares of delinquent owner to be sold
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Treasurer to give notice of sale
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Certificate upon payment of capital
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Liability of officers neglecting to comply with preceding section
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261 Incorporators may amend certificate of incorporation before pay ment of capital 27 Amendments and changes after organization
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Amendments by corporations under other acts
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Name of corporation to be displayed at entrance of principal office in State
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Call of meeting by three stockholders when legal meeting cannot
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28a Change of location of office by resolution of directors 29 Decrease of capital stock how effected 3o Dividends to be made only from surplus pr...
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Incorporators may dissolve corporation IE Elections Stockholders Meetings 33 Stock and transfer books must be kept in registered office annual list ...
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Directors election of
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Candidate for office of director not to be inspector of election 36 Regulations as to voting cumulative voting voting pools or trusts qualification of st...
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Voting powers of executors or trustees Hypothecated stock 38 Shares of stock of a corporation belonging to the corporation shall not be voted upon ...
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Directors shall be stockholders
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4o Stock books to determine who may vote
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Election not held on designated day may be held thereafter 4 Supreme court may summarily investigate complaints touching elections
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Annual statement of officers and directors to be filed 43a Every certificate and report must give address of New Jersey office and name of agent
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otherwise called
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Dividends Payment of Capital Stock
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Directors to declare dividends etc 48 Capital stock to be paid in money loans to stockholders forbidden 49 Stock issued for property purchased
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5o Certain corporations may take stock and bonds in other corporations in payment for labor and materials 51 Any corporation may hold stock and ...
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Winding Up 53 Corporate existence continues 54 Directors trustees on dissolution 55 Powers and liabilities of such trustees
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Court of chancery may continue directors as trustees or appoint receivers of dissolved corporation 57 Jurisdiction of court of chancery 58 Dispositio...
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Actions not to abate on dissolution 6o Copy of decree of dissolution to be filed in office of secretary of state VI Execution Against Corporation 61 O...
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Insolvency 63 Directors must call meeting of stockholders when corporation be comes insolvent 64 Conveyance or assignment of property etc after ...
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Remedy in chancery by injunction and appointment of receiver in case of insolvency
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Court may appoint receivers powers of receivers 67 Receiver to qualify and take oath
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Property franchises etc of insolvent corporation vest in receiver upon appointment 69 When debts paid or provided for court may direct receiver to ...
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7o Upon reorganization company may issue bonds and stock to creditors 71 Power of receiver to examine witnesses
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Power to search etc 73 Acts of majority of receivers or trustees valid receivers may be removed and others appointed 74 Inventory and report 75 Co...
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Foreign Corporations 95 Foreign corporation may hold and convey lands etc 96 Foreign corporations subject to this act 97 To file copy of charter st...
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Cannot maintain action until certificate of secretary of state
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On death of agent another to be appointed penalty for failure 1oo Unlawful to transact business until authority is obtained
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1o1 To pay same taxes etc required of New Jersey corporations
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Lost Certificates of Stock
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Reorganization of Corporations m
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Purchasers may meet and organize new corporation
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section numbers and inserted at appropriate places in the body of the Act Concerning Corporations These sections are Nos 26a 28a 43a and 87a Arbi...
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2o8 For failure for two years to pay state tax charter void unless gov
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Miscellaneous Acts
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Same subject
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Proceedings when such officer is a nonresident notice of levy
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Crimes Act
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Willful destruction alteration etc of books etc 175 Publishing false statements 179 Embezzlement by agents etc 2oo Issuing false stock
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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT 61 Summons against corporations how issued and served
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Proceedings after return served etc 63 Process not served
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What instruments may be acknowledged
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Acknowledgments taken in New Jersey 23 Acknowledgments taken out of New Jersey and in United States 24 Acknowledgments taken out of United...
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General Assignment Act
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Contents of assignment acknowledgment and record 3 Duty of assignee
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List of creditors filed by assignee with surrogate court may extend time
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Creditor must set forth in claim any pledge he may hold 6 Exceptions may be filed
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Trial by jury may be demanded 8 Dividends partial distribution 9 Final account intermediate accounts
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Certificate to be filed in office of secretary of state
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Time within which action may be brought against assignee
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Notes of Decisions
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Precedents and Forms
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Chancellor may summarily investigate complaints touching elec
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Schedule of Fees and Taxes
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Index to Forms
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Powers additional
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