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Section: Juvenile-family crisis hearing; disposition

Statute: 17:13-86

a. A credit union may amend its certificate of incorporation in the following manner: (1) The board shall approve the proposed amendment and direct that it be submitted to a vote at a meeting of the members; (2) The meeting of the members shall be held upon at least 10 days' notice given personally or by mail; (3) If three-fourths of the members present at the meeting approve the amendment the amendment shall be deemed to be adopted. b. Upon adoption by the members, a certificate of amendment shall be executed in the name of the credit union by its president or vice president, attested by its secretary, sealed with the corporate seal, and submitted to the commissioner for his approval. If the commissioner does not notify the credit union of his disapproval in writing within 30 days, it shall be deemed approved. If the commissioner finds that the amendment does not meet the standards set forth in this act, he shall disapprove it. Upon the commissioner's approval, the amendment to the certificate shall be filed with the department. No amendment to a certificate of incorporation shall contain any provision which would not, under the terms of this act, be permitted in the original certificate. L.1984, c. 171, s. 8, eff. Oct. 31, 1984.

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