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Statute: 17:26-6

Any mutual insurance company of this state may, with the consent of all its members, after giving notice once in each week for six weeks in a newspaper of this state published in the county where the principal office of the company is located, change to a joint stock company, by proceeding in accordance with, and conforming its charter to, the provisions of this subtitle.

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