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Section: Serving of complaint.

Statute: 17:13-119

The commissioner may, under his hand and official seal, appoint one or more special assistant deputy commissioners as agent or agents to assist him in the operation of the business or conservation of the assets of any credit union in his possession; and the commissioner may, from time to time, delegate to any special assistant deputy commissioner the powers conferred on him by this act with respect to the operation of the business or conservation of the assets of the credit union in his possession as he may deem necessary. The commissioner may employ counsel, other expert assistance, or any other persons as shall in his opinion be needed for the continuation of the business or conservation of the assets of any credit union, and the compensations and salaries of all special assistant deputy commissioners, attorneys, expert assistants and other persons together with all other costs and expenses of a continuation of the business or conservation of the assets of the credit union shall be fixed by the commissioner and paid by the credit union and shall, until paid, constitute a prior claim against its assets. The commissioner shall require from special assistant deputy commissioners and other employees any security for the faithful performance of their respective duties as he may deem proper. Upon taking possession of any credit union the commissioner shall have power to terminate the employment of any employee of a credit union and no officer or director shall thereafter and until notified by the commissioner resume the exercise of any power in the management of the business or conduct of the affairs of the credit union. The commissioner shall have authority to call meetings of members for any purpose. The members present at any meeting may, by majority vote, and notwithstanding the provisions of the bylaws or certificate of incorporation of the credit union, and without showing cause, declare vacant the office of any director or committee member of the credit union and appoint a successor to fill the vacancy thus arising. L.1984, c. 171, s. 41, eff. Oct. 31, 1984.

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