16-6a-610. Purchase of memberships
(1) Unless otherwise provided in the articles of incorporation or the bylaws, a nonprofit corporation may not purchase the membership of a member:
(a) who resigns; or
(b) whose membership is terminated.
(2) (a) If so authorized, a nonprofit corporation may purchase the membership of a member who resigns or whose membership is terminated for the amount and pursuant to the conditions set forth in or authorized by:
(i) its articles of incorporation or its bylaws; or
(ii) agreement with the affected member.
(b) A payment permitted under Subsection (2)(a) may not violate:
(i) Section 16-6a-1301; or
(ii) any other provision of this chapter.
(3) A mutual benefit corporation may purchase a member's membership if, after the purchase is completed:
(a) the mutual benefit corporation would be able to pay its debts as they become due in the usual course of its activities; and
(b) the mutual benefit corporation's total assets would at least equal the sum of its total liabilities.
(4) A water company may purchase the shares of a shareholder who is delinquent in payment of shareholder assessments, in accordance with Chapter 4, Share Assessment Act.
Enacted 2000, ch. 300. Amended 2015, ch. 240, eff. May 15, 2015; 2017, ch. 358, eff. May 9, 2017.
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