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The Statutory and Case Law

APPLICABLE TO

PRIVATE COMPANIES

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UNDER

The General Corporation Act of

New Jersey

AND

CORPORATION PRECEDENTS.

BY

JAMES B. DILL,

COUNSELOR AT LAW.

SECOND EDITION.

NEW YORK:

BAKER, VOORHIS & COMPANY.

1899.

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Such forms contained in this volume as are required by law to be filed have been submitted to and approved by this department, and are substantially the same as now in use in this office.

Hurts.

Secretary of State.

COPYRIGHT, 1898, BY JAMES B. DILL.

COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY JAMES B. DILL,

AMENDMENTS OF 1900.

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The laws passed by the Legislature of 1900 affecting corporations generally were few in number. They are:

Chapter 124, amending Section 43 of the Corporation Act;

Chapter 172, permitting cumulative voting where proper provision therefor is made in the certificate of incorporation;

Chapter 126, requiring all state taxes to be paid before filing. of certificate of dissolution.

These acts will be found interleaved at the appropriate places, at pages 33, 46 and 58.

The new form of annual report will be found interleaved at page 302.

JAMES B. DILL. New YORK, April 2, 1900.

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