16-6a-611. No property right
(1) A member has no right relating to management, control, purpose, or duration of the nonprofit corporation, except as provided by:
(a) the articles of incorporation or the bylaws of a mutual benefit corporation; or
(b) other applicable law.
(2) Unless otherwise provided by agreement, articles of incorporation, or the bylaws of a water company, and subject to the general liabilities and obligations of the water company, a shareholder in a water company has:
(a) an equitable, beneficial interest in the use of the water supply of the water company, proportionate to the shareholder's shares in the water company, which is an interest in real property; and
(b) the right to have the shareholder's proportionate share of the water delivered through a diversion structure, ditch, canal, storage and distribution facility, or other appurtenance of the water company, in accordance with:
(i) the distribution method of the water company; or
(ii) an approved change application under Section 73-3-3.5.
Amended 2007, ch. 315. Amended 2015, ch. 240, eff. May 12, 2015, 2017, ch. 358, eff. May 9, 2017.
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