16-6a-1409. Service on dissolved nonprofit corporation
(1) A dissolved nonprofit corporation shall:
(a) maintain a registered agent to accept service of process on its behalf; or
(b) be considered to have authorized service of process on it by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, to:
(i) the address of its principal office, if any:
(A) as set forth in its articles of dissolution; or
(B) as last changed by notice delivered to the division for filing; or
(ii) the address for service of process that:
(A) is stated in its articles of dissolution; or
(B) as last changed by notice delivered to the division for filing.
(2) Service effected pursuant to Subsection (1)(b) is perfected at the earliest of:
(a) the date the dissolved nonprofit corporation receives the process, notice, or demand;
(b) the date shown on the return receipt, if signed on behalf of the dissolved nonprofit corporation; or
(c) five days after mailing.
(3) Subsection (1) does not prescribe the only means, or necessarily the required means, of serving a dissolved nonprofit corporation.
Enacted by Chapter 300, 2000 General Session
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