2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 46 - Property
Section 46:30B-60 - Delivery Of Duplicate Certificates Or Other Evidence Of Ownership By Holder; Holder, Etc., Relieved Of Liability

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46:30B-60. Delivery of duplicate certificates or other evidence of ownership by holder; holder, etc., relieved of liability
46:30B-60. Delivery of duplicate certificates or other evidence of ownership by holder; holder, etc., relieved of liability. The holder of an interest under Article 10 of this chapter shall deliver a duplicate certificate or other evidence of ownership if the holder does not issue certificates of ownership to the administrator. Upon delivery of a duplicate certificate to the administrator, the holder and any transfer agent, registrar, or other person acting for or on behalf of a holder in executing or delivering the duplicate certificate is relieved of all liability of every kind in accordance with the provision of Article 20 to every person, including any person acquiring the original certificate or the duplicate of the certificate issued to the administrator, for any losses or damages resulting to any person by the issuance and delivery to the administrator of the duplicate certificate. Source: New.

L.1989, c.58, s.1.


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