2009 New Jersey Code
48:5-11. Stockholders' meeting; filing agreement
The agreement shall be submitted to the stockholders of each company at a meeting called specially for the purpose. Written or printed notice of the time and place of the meeting shall be delivered or mailed by each company to its stockholders of record whose post-office addresses are known to the company, at least thirty days before the meeting and a general notice thereof shall also be published daily for at least four weeks in a newspaper printed in the city, town or county where the company has its principal office or place of business.
TITLE 48 - PUBLIC UTILITIES
48:5-11 - Stockholders' meeting; filing agreement
At the meeting, a vote by ballot shall be taken for the adoption or rejection of the agreement, each share entitling the holder thereof to one vote. The ballot shall be cast in person or by proxy. If two-thirds of the votes of all the stockholders of the respective companies shall be for the adoption of the agreement, that fact shall be certified thereon by the secretary of each company under its seal.
The agreement so adopted or a certified copy thereof shall be filed in the office of the secretary of state and shall from thence be deemed and taken to be the agreement of the companies. The secretary of state shall be paid twenty dollars upon filing the agreement.
A copy of the agreement duly certified by the secretary of state shall be evidence of the existence thereof and that the provisions of this section have been complied with.
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