Section: Offenses, liabilities, penalties and forfeitures committed or incurred under repealed acts not affected by such repeal
The secretary shall keep the minutes and enter the orders, acts and proceedings in a book kept for that purpose. He shall have custody of the common seal, and of the papers, deeds, writings, documents and books of or relating to the corporation. Upon the death, resignation, removal or expiration of the office of secretary, or election of a new one, the common seal and all minutes, papers, deeds, writings, documents and books of or belonging to such corporation shall be delivered to his successor in office, on the oath of the preceding secretary, or in case of his death, on the oath of his executors or administrators, so far as the executors or administrators have or may reasonably acquire knowledge thereof, under such pecuniary penalty as said corporation shall have previously fixed, to be recovered by civil action in the name and for the use of the corporation. Upon application to the secretary, any member of the religious society or congregation shall have free access to all such papers, deeds, writings, minutes, documents and books.
Amended by L.1953, c. 16, p. 140, s. 1, eff. March 19, 1953.
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