2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 46 - Property
Section 46:7-7 - Conveyances To Lodges Prior To Incorporation Valid After Incorporation

NJ Rev Stat § 46:7-7 (2016) What's This?

46:7-7. Conveyances to lodges prior to incorporation valid after incorporation
Where any conveyance of real estate has, prior to January 2, 1964, been made, executed and recorded to or in favor of any lodge, subordinate lodge, society, or other body or association not incorporated at the time of such conveyance, whose members shall have entered into the possession and enjoyment of such real estate, such conveyance shall, if such lodge, subordinate lodge, society or other body or association shall thereafter make, execute and record and file a certificate of incorporation in the manner provided by Title 15, Corporations and Associations Not for Profit, under the title named and set forth in such conveyance of real estate be as valid and effectual as if such lodge, subordinate lodge, society or other body or association had been a duly incorporated body at the time of the execution and recording of any such conveyance.

Amended by L.1965, c. 156, s. 1.


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