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General provisions respecting domestic and foreign corporations

Delaware.

General provisions respecting domestic and foreign corporations

contained in the General corporation law of the State of Delaware.

by Delaware.

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Published by Dept. of State in Dover .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Delaware.
    • Subjects:
    • Corporation law -- Delaware.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesGeneral corporation law of the State of Delaware., Franchise tax law relating to domestic corporations.
      StatementEnacted March 10, 1899, as amended to and including the first session of the 126th General Assembly. Franchise tax law relating to domestic corporations, as amended ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFD213.A3323 A2 1971
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 193 p.
      Number of Pages193
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5393433M
      LC Control Number72610812

      chapter an act to amend chapter 1 of title 8 of the delaware code, entitled "general corporation law of the state of delaware", by a general revision of that chapter to be effected by repealing the present chapter in its entirety and substituting therefor a new chapter. A manual of Tennessee corporations: containing the corporation act of , with all its amendments, together with all other laws of a general nature concerning both domestic and foreign corporations, their rights, powers and liabilities, assessment and taxation of corporate property and stocks, and remedies against corporations, with notes.

        (3) If a document is determined by the department to be incomplete and inappropriate for filing, the department may return the document to the person or corporation filing it, together with a brief written explanation of the reason for the refusal to file, in accordance with s. (3). If the applicant returns the document with corrections in accordance with the rules of the department. (a) The original or other bylaws of a corp may be adopted, amended, or repealed by the incorporators, by the initial directors of a corp other than a nonstock corp or initial members of a governing body of a nonstock corp if they were named in the certificate of incorporation, or, before a corp. other than a nonstock corp has received any payment for any of its stock, by its board of directors.

      L. 96–, §§(b), , revised existing provisions respecting credit unions serving predominately low-income members including provisions added by Pub. L. 96–, and repealed the amendment made by Pub. L. 96– See Repeals and Effective Date of Amendment notes below. Full text of "The law of foreign corporations and taxation of corporations both foreign and domestic" See other formats.


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General provisions respecting domestic and foreign corporations by Delaware. Download PDF EPUB FB2

NRS Legislative findings and declaration regarding laws of this State governing incorporation and internal affairs of domestic corporations and directors, officers and stockholders of domestic corporations.

NRS Applicability of chapter; effect on corporations existing before April 1, History: P.A. authorized examination of affairs of corporations and associations “collecting data utilized by any such insurance company in the underwriting of insurance policies” and amended provisions accordingly; P.A.

deleted exception to five-year examinations for domestic fraternal benefit societies which formerly were. Sec. Applicability to domestic corporations in existence on January 1, Sec.

Applicability to qualified foreign corporations. Sec. Saving provisions. Sec. Reservation of power to amend or repeal. Sec. Severability. Sec. Reserved. § Domestic insurer. A domestic insurer is an insurer formed under the laws of West Virginia.

§ Foreign insurer. A foreign insurer is an insurer formed under the laws of the United States or of another state of the United States. § Alien insurer. Merger or Consolidation of Domestic and Foreign Corporations; Service of Process Upon Surviving or Resulting Corporation.

Merger of Parent Corporation and Subsidiary or Status, Rights, Liabilities, etc., of Constituent and Surviving or Resulting Corporations Following Merger or Folk on the Delaware General Corporation Law. Edward P. Welch, Andrew J. Turezyn.

Aspen Publishers Online, Powers respecting securities of other corporations or entities. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN STATUTORY TRUSTS STATUTORY TRUST ACT Title 12 Chapter 38 Delaware Code. Applicability of trust. Definitions. Contributions by beneficial owners.

Merger or consolidation of foreign and domestic corporations; compliance with laws of jurisdiction; applicability of act to surviving or new corporation governed by laws of other jurisdiction; liability of corporation; service of process.

Sec. (1) One or more foreign corporations and 1 or more domestic corporations may be merged or. This chapter shall be known as the Virginia Stock Corporation Act. Code§ ;c. ;c. The General Assembly shall have power to amend or repeal all or part of this Act at any time and all domestic and foreign corporations subject to this Act shall be governed by the amendment or repeal.

A Application to existing domestic corporations. A Application to qualified foreign corporations. A Saving provisions. A Resource Guide to the U.S.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is a critically important statute for combating corruption around the globe. Corruption has corrosive effects on democratic institutions, undermining public accountability and diverting public resources from impor.

--The Legislature has power to amend or repeal all or part of this act at any time, and all domestic and foreign corporations subject to this act shall be governed by the amendment or repeal.

Historys. 2, ch. Filing requirements Certified copy of compiled statement of domestic corporations whose charters have been forfeited and foreign corporations whose right to do business in this state has been forfeited, Decemfor failure to pay their corporation license tax, under an act of the legislature, approved Ma TITLE 8 Corporations CHAPTER 1.

General Corporation Law Subchapter V. Stock and Dividends § Rights and options respecting stock. (a) Subject to any provisions in the certificate of incorporation, every corporation may create and issue, whether or not in connection with the issue and sale of any shares of stock or other securities of.

For quick access to Delaware Corporation Law when you’re away from theoffice, here’s a handy portable version of Folk you caneasily carry to court in your briefcase.

Adapted from the major 3-volumeanalysis of Delaware Corporation Law that is constantly cited by courtsand relied upon daily by corporate lawyers everywhere, Folk Fundamentalsgives you:The complete text of the Delaware. The General Assembly shall at all times have power to prescribe such provisions and limitations as it may deem advisable, which provisions and limitations shall be binding upon any and all corporations, domestic or foreign, subject to the provisions of this Act, and the General Assembly shall have power to amend, repeal, or modify this Act at.

Section 3, R.S. required clerk to keep an index book. Section 4, R.S.required clerk to provide certified copies of any returns for an established fee. Section 4a, act Feb. 4,ch.1, 3, 45 Stat.transferred returns office to General Accounting Office and imposed duties relating thereto upon Comptroller General.

§A Deposit of securities by foreign insurance companies. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, securities eligible for deposit under the insurance law of this state relating to deposit of securities by an insurance company as a condition of commencing or continuing to do an insurance business in this state may be deposited with a clearing corporation or held in the federal.

§ Service of process on nonqualifying foreign corporations § Actions by and against unqualified foreign corporations § Foreign corporations doing business without having qualified—Injunctions ARTICLE 16 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS § Reservation of corporate name §.

The county clerk shall keep a record book styled "Probate Fee Book," and shall enter therein each item of costs which accrues to the officers of the court, together with witness fees, if any, showing the party to whom the costs or fees are due, the date of the accrual of the same, the estate or party liable therefor, and the date on which any.

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