2010 Arkansas Code
Title 4 - Business and Commercial Law
Subtitle 3 - Corporations And Associations
Chapter 26 - Business Corporations Generally
Subchapter 9 - Mortgage, Sale, Etc., of Assets
§ 4-26-901 - Corporate indebtedness -- Mortgage of assets authorized.

4-26-901. Corporate indebtedness -- Mortgage of assets authorized.

In authorizing the procurement of corporate loans, the creation of obligations under which the corporation is to be primarily or secondarily liable; the issuance of corporate notes, bonds, and other obligations; and the mortgage and pledge of all or any part of the corporate assets, including after-acquired property, as security for any obligation so incurred, the board of directors shall not be required to procure any consent from or authorization by the shareholders except in the instance of the increase of bonded indebtedness of the corporation. Where the bonded indebtedness is increased within the meaning of Arkansas Constitution, Article 12, 8, shareholders' authorization of both the creation of the additional indebtedness and the lien securing the same shall be required in conformity with the constitutional provision.

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