A Compilation of the Statutes of Connecticut Relating to the Organization and Management of Corporations Organized Under General Law

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Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1906 - Corporation law - 43 pages
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Page 2 - Such corporation shall not have power, however, to transact in this state the business of a bank, savings bank, trust company, building and loan association, insurance company, surety or indemnity company, railroad or street railway company, telegraph or telephone company, gas, electric light, or water company, or of any company requiring the right to take and condemn lands or to occupy the public highways of this state, but shall have power to transact such business in any state or territory of...
Page 2 - ... company requiring the right to take and condemn lands or to occupy the public highways of this state, but shall have power to transact such business in any state or territory of the United States, or in any foreign country, if not prohibited by the laws of such state or territory or foreign country.
Page 23 - Approved," with his name and official title, and shall thereupon record such certificate in a book kept by him for that purpose.
Page i - CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION BY UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF ALL STOCKHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY. The location of the principal office in this State is at No. Street, in the of , County of The name of the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process against this corporation may be served, is We, the subscribers, being all...
Page 2 - The name of every corporation hereafter formed shall be such as to distinguish it from any other corporation organized under the laws of this state...
Page 14 - ... president of every corporation may, and upon the written request of three or more members of a corporation having no capital stock, or of one or more stockholders holding at least one-tenth of the capital stock of a corporation having capital stock, shall, call a special stockholders' meeting and cause legal notice thereof to be given. In case of the neglect or refusal of the president to call a meeting on such request, such stockholders may call the same. Whenever under any of the provisions...
Page 4 - ... certified by the secretary of the state, shall have been filed in the office of the town clerk of the town where the said corporation is to be located ; and said town clerk shall record the same in a book kept by him for that purpose.
Page 22 - ... all claims against such corporation which have been allowed by them or which may be found to be due by any proper tribunal, and shall distribute the balance of the assets, if any, pro rata among the members of said corporation.
Page 26 - ... 27. Sale of property and franchises. Said court may, in its discretion, in lieu of decreeing the dissolution of such corporation, order the receiver to sell its property and franchises ; and the purchaser thereof shall succeed to all of the rights and privileges of such corporation, and may reorganize the same under the direction of said court At any sale of such property at public auction, the court may, in its discretion, authorize the receiver to accept in payment duly allowed claims against...
Page 17 - ... may enter into an agreement, signed by them and under the corporate seals of the respective corporations, prescribing the terms and conditions of such proposed consolidation and stating the name of the consolidated corporation, the number, names, and places of residence of its first , directors, the number of shares of its capital stock and the classes thereof and the amount or par value of each share thereof, and the manner of converting the shares of capital stock of each of the old corporations...

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