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16:5-19.  Certificate of incorporation;  contents;  acknowledgment
    If it shall be so decided to incorporate the congregation, a certificate of  incorporation shall be made, signed and sealed by the trustees or by such officers as shall be designated by the said board of trustees, which certificate shall recite the calling of the meeting, the giving of the notice thereof and an abstract of the proceedings of the meeting sufficient to show that a majority or said members of the congregation, or of the intended charter  members, voted in favor of the incorporation of the congregation, and shall  further certify the number of trustees chosen and the names and addresses of  the trustees first chosen.  The said certificate shall also set forth the  corporate name of the corporation as determined at the meeting. The said  certificate shall be acknowledged by each trustee or other officer in the same  manner as is required by law for the acknowledgment of deeds of real property,  and a certificate of the acknowledgment shall be endorsed in writing on the  said certificate of incorporation by the official taking the same.

     L.1957, c. 82, p. 156, s. 7.