16-6a-1410. Grounds for administrative dissolution

The division may commence a proceeding under Section 16-6a-1411 for administrative dissolution of a nonprofit corporation if:

(1) the nonprofit corporation does not pay when they are due any taxes, fees, or penalties imposed by this chapter or other applicable laws of this state;

(2) the nonprofit corporation does not deliver its annual report to the division when it is due;

(3) the nonprofit corporation is without a registered agent; or

(4) the nonprofit corporation does not give notice to the division that:
     (a) its registered agent has been changed;
     (b) its registered agent has resigned; or
     (c) the nonprofit corporation's period of duration stated in its articles of incorporation expires. 

Amended by Chapter 364, 2008 General Session

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