2019 Code of Alabama
Title 10A - Alabama Business and Nonprofit Entities Code.
Chapter 20 - Special Purpose Entities.
Article 6 - Health Care Services Plans.
Section 10A-20-6.06 - Altering, amending, or changing certificate of formation

Universal Citation: AL Code § 10A-20-6.06 (2019)
Section 10A-20-6.06Altering, amending, or changing certificate of formation

The corporation may change its corporate name, the location of its principal place of business, or make other alteration, amendment, or change in its certificate of formation, as may be desired in the following manner:

(1) Its board of directors by a majority vote thereof, either in person or by proxy, at any regular meeting of the board, or at any special meeting called for the purpose, shall adopt a resolution or resolutions setting forth the respect or respects in which the certificate of formation of the corporation shall be altered, amended, or changed;

(2) The report thereof, certified by the president or the secretary of the corporation under corporate seal, if any, shall be filed and recorded in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the corporation was organized; and

(3) Upon the filing of same, its certificate of formation shall be deemed to be altered, amended, or changed; provided, that the certificate of alteration, amendment, or change shall contain only the provisions as would be lawful and proper to insert in an original certificate of formation made at the time of making the amendment.

(Acts 1935, No. 544, p. 1157; Code 1940, T. 28, §306; Acts 1945, No. 50, p. 52, §2; Acts 1951, No. 946, p. 1615; Acts 1973, No. 1041, p. 1631, §1; §10-4-105; amended and renumbered by Act 2009-513, p. 967, §334.)
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