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On the other hand, shareholders are often involved in close corporations and may be found personally liable if, for instance, they are guilty of defrauding corporate creditors. 377 the shareholder legally responsible. L.476, No.67, effective in 60 days. A member of a nonprofit corporation shall not have any right to claim the right to valuation and payment of the fair value of his membership interest or shares because of any proposed plan or amendment authorized under any provision of this subpart, or to obtain, in the absence of fraud or fundamental unfairness, an injunction against the plan or amendment. (a) General rule.--Except as provided in subsection (b), this title and its amendments are intended to provide uniform rules for the governance and regulation of the affairs of nonprofit corporations and of their officers, directors and members and of members of other bodies, regardless of the date or manner of incorporation or qualification, or of the issuance of any evidences of membership in or shares of a nonprofit corporation. (1) Unless expressly provided otherwise in any amendment to this title, the amendment shall take effect only prospectively. (2) Any existing corporation lawfully using a name or, as a part of its name, a word that could not be used as or included in the name of a corporation subsequently incorporated or qualified under this title may continue to use the name or word as part of its name if the use or inclusion of the word or name was lawful when first adopted by the corporation in this Commonwealth. (3) Subsection (a) shall not adversely affect the rights specifically provided for or saved in this subpart, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the provisions of section 363 (relating to approval of division). (4) Nothing in this title shall be deemed to repeal or supersede any provision in section 7 of the act of April 26, 1855 (P.

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Corporate raiding: Handling, preventing & litigating the

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Section 110 is referred to in section 8904 of this title. § 111. Following the breach at Heartland, several banks (credit card issuers) sued Heartland for its alleged negligence in not securing their customers’ payment card data. However, a mortgage by such mortgagor that includes rolling stock or movable equipment such as cars, locomotives, or trolley buses, motor buses, or other vehicles, or machines for aerial transportation, may be filed in the office of the secretary of state, and when so filed shall have the same effect, as to the lien created by the mortgage on that rolling stock, movable equipment, or machines, as though filed in the office of the recorder of each county in which the rolling stock, movable equipment, or machines are situated or employed.

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Business Organizations: Okelley & Thompson 6e (Casenote

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One exception is Sallie Mae, whose stock has languished since the federal government changed the terms by which Sallie Mae administers guaranteed student loans. A principal of a business often has compelling reasons for placing the business into bankruptcy or convincing the lender to place the business into receivership: By acting in a timely fashion the business assets may be sold for sufficient money to pay off the creditors or get as much as possible for the secured creditor and priority creditors so the principal's personal guarantees and statutory obligations are not called upon; The principal may simply be exhausted from the stress and pressure of fighting a losing battle trying to save the company and want someone to take over the winding up; The principal may want a professional to liquidate the business so the creditors are paid out in an orderly fashion in accordance with the security and priorities they enjoy.

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Sierra Leone Company Laws and Regulations Handbook:

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Sections 276-C and 277 of the ITA provided for a sentence of imprisonment and a fine in the event of a violation. These programs tend to focus on legal writing and theory, though students may choose to customize their path of study according to a specialty. Any officer or agent of the corporation who shall refuse to allow any director, trustees, stockholder or member of the corporation to examine and copy excerpts from its records or minutes, in accordance with the provisions of this Code, shall be liable to such director, trustee, stockholder or member for damages, and in addition, shall be guilty of an offense which shall be punishable under Section 144 of this Code: Provided, That if such refusal is made pursuant to a resolution or order of the board of directors or trustees, the liability under this section for such action shall be imposed upon the directors or trustees who voted for such refusal: and Provided, further, That it shall be a defense to any action under this section that the person demanding to examine and copy excerpts from the corporation's records and minutes has improperly used any information secured through any prior examination of the records or minutes of such corporation or of any other corporation, or was not acting in good faith or for a legitimate purpose in making his demand.

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We serve as general counsel for businesses throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. The said corporations shall be liquidated in accordance with law, the provisions of Board of Liquidators gradually to settle and close its affairs, being sued" (Fisher, The Philippine Law of Stock Corporations, pp. continued or revived; nor can a valid judgment be rendered therein, subject to collateral attack." 10 So it is, that abatement of pending commencement of suit within the added time. 12 For, the court cannot extend the time alloted by statute. 13 in context.

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Commonwealth Caribbean Corporate Governance (Commonwealth

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Chapter 172 allows corporations to use the Federal modified accelerated cost recovery system for depreciation of property under the New Jersey Corporation Business Tax for property placed in service for accounting years beginning after July 7, 1993. Mfm threesome archive, tela teaqela nude free amateur interracial cheating wives indian actress nude pictures asian grocery jackson. Investors are induced to purchase through hard-sell based on unfounded predictions and mailing of misleading market letters.

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The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law and Governance (Oxford

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The remaining shares, if any, shall be credited in favor of the delinquent stockholder who prepared by: ronie ablan AAA - BASTE / ATB THE AWESOME NOTES COMMERCIAL LAW CORPORATION CODE of 41 68 shall likewise be entitled to the issuance of a certificate of stock covering such shares. The report is filed on a form provided by the Division and sets out: The corporation’s name and its assumed name, if any. MUELLER, PUBLIC CHOICE II 266 (rev. ed. 1989).

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Corporate Political Activities: Complying with Campaign

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The board of directors or trustees, by a majority vote thereof, and 2. the owners of at least a majority of the outstanding capital stock, or at least a majority of the members of a non-stock corporation, at a regular or special meeting duly called for the purpose (but shs may delegate this power to the BOD) 3. amendment or new by-laws shall be attached to the original by-laws in the office of the corporation, and a copy thereof, duly certified under oath by the corporate secretary and a majority of the directors or trustees, shall be filed with t h e Se c u r i t i e s a n d Ex c h a n g e Commission the same to be attached to the original articles of incorporation and original by-laws. prepared by: ronie ablan AAA - BASTE / ATB THE AWESOME NOTES COMMERCIAL LAW CORPORATION CODE of 13 68 THE RIGHT OF THE SHS OR MEMBERS TO VOTE FOR AMENDMENT OF BY- LAWS MAY BE DELAGETED TO THE BOD or DOT BUT SUCH IS DEEMED REVOKED WHEN: whenever st ockhol der s owni ng or representing a majority of the outstanding capital stock or a majority of the members in non-stock corporations, shall so vote at a regular or special meeting.

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Foundations of Corporate Law Second Edition(Chinese Edition)

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Use of term "cooperative" in corporate name. (a) General rule.--Except as otherwise provided by statute: (1) The corporate name of a cooperative corporation shall contain the term "cooperative" or an abbreviation thereof. (2) The name of an association shall not contain the term "cooperative" or an abbreviation thereof unless the association is a cooperative corporation. 1990 Amendment. We can help at all stages of your business’s life, from the selection of an appropriate legal entity through which to conduct your business, to the establishment of the business, working out arrangements (and disputes) between partners or shareholders, assisting in the financing and purchase of assets (including other businesses), negotiating, drafting and closing acquisition and divestiture agreements, working with your accountants to achieve the most tax-efficient arrangements for your business, assisting in employment and leasing matters, the licensing of intellectual property, franchising, or advising on any other issues which may affect your business.

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Corporate Personality in the 20th Century

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Div. 9 (relating to secured transactions; sales of accounts, contract rights and chattel paper), whether the property and proceeds are owned by the company at the time the annual registration fee or any penalty or interest becomes due and payable or whether the property and proceeds are acquired thereafter. At any time during said three (3) years, the corporation is authorized and empowered to convey all of its property to trustees for the benefit of stockholders, members, creditors, and other persons in interest.

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