2018 California Code
Corporations Code - CORP
TITLE 1 - CORPORATIONS
DIVISION 1 - GENERAL CORPORATION LAW
CHAPTER 22 - Crimes and Penalties
Section 2206.

Universal Citation: CA Corp Code § 2206 (2018)
2206.  

(a) Sections 2204 and 2205 apply to foreign corporations with respect to the statements required to be filed by Section 2117. For this purpose, the suspension of the corporate powers, rights, and privileges of a domestic corporation shall mean the forfeiture of the exercise of the corporate powers, rights, and privileges of a foreign corporation in this state.

(b) A foreign nonprofit corporation which has suffered the forfeiture of the exercise of the corporate powers, rights, and privileges in this state may nevertheless file an application for exempt status as specified in Section 23301 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.

(c) The forfeiture of the exercise of the corporate powers, rights, and privileges of a foreign corporation in this state as used in subdivision (a) does not prohibit the transaction of business in this state by a foreign corporation if the business transacted subsequent to the forfeiture would not, considered as an entirety, require the foreign corporation to obtain a certificate of qualification pursuant to Sections 191 and 2105.

(Added by Stats. 1985, Ch. 764, Sec. 8. Operative July 1, 1986, by Sec. 11 of Ch. 764.)

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