414D-201.5 Foreign mergers. (a) Whenever a foreign entity authorized to transact business in this State shall be a party to a statutory merger permitted by the laws of the state or country under which it is organized, and the foreign entity shall be the surviving entity, it shall, within sixty days after the merger becomes effective, file with the department director a certificate evidencing the merger, duly authenticated by the proper officer of the state or country under the laws of which the statutory merger was effectuated. The certificate evidencing the merger shall be evidence of a change of name if the name of the surviving entity is changed thereby. If the certificate is in a foreign language, a translation attested to under oath by the translator shall accompany the certificate.

(b) Whenever a foreign entity authorized to transact business in this State shall be a party to a statutory merger permitted by the laws of the state or country under the laws of which it is organized, and that entity shall not be the surviving entity, the surviving entity shall, within sixty days after the merger becomes effective, file with the department director a certificate evidencing the merger in the form prescribed by subsection (a). [L 2002, c 41, 2; am L 2003, c 124, 30; am L 2004, c 121, 17]

 

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