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New Jersey Statutes Title 4. Agriculture and Domestic Animals 4 § 13-41

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If any such association so dissolved or whose authority has been terminated shall file with the Secretary of State before the expiration of 3 months a certificate of compliance issued by the Department of Agriculture that all required reports of the co-operative association have been filed with that department, it shall have the effect of annulling all of the proceedings theretofore taken for the dissolution or termination of such co-operative association under the provisions of this act, and such association shall thereupon have such corporate powers, rights, duties and obligations as it had on the date of the mailing of a copy of the proclamation with the same force and effect as if such proclamation had not been made.  The fee of the Secretary of State for filing such certificate shall be $5.00, and of the Department of Agriculture for issuance of the certificate of compliance, $5.00.

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