2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 17B - INSURANCE
Section 17B:23-9 - Actions deemed doing business in the State

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 17B:23-9 (2017)

17B:23-9. Actions deemed doing business in the State

Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, an insurer which performs, causes or suffers to be performed within this State any of the following acts with reference to persons located or resident in the State of New Jersey, by mail or otherwise, directly or indirectly, shall be deemed to be transacting the business of insurance within this State:

a. The solicitation of or advertising for any contract of insurance of any kind, including annuities involving life contingencies;

b. The negotiation or effectuation of any contract of insurance of any kind, including annuities involving life contingencies;

c. The signature, delivery or transmittal of any contract of insurance of any kind, including annuities involving life contingencies, or any application therefor;

d. The transmittal or receipt of any premium, commission, fee or other payment for any contract of insurance of any kind including annuities involving life contingencies;

e. The maintenance or operation of any office for the transaction of the business of insurance;

f. The offering for sale, sale, promotion of, or issuance of any contract of insurance of any kind, including annuities involving life contingencies; or

g. Any other acts normally incident to the transaction of the business of insurance.

L.1971, c. 144, s. 17B:23-9.

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