2019 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 33 - Corporations
Chapter 601 - Business Corporations
Section 33-763 - Officers.

Universal Citation: CT Gen Stat § 33-763 (2019)

(a) A corporation has the offices described in its bylaws or designated by the board of directors in accordance with the bylaws.

(b) The board of directors may elect individuals to fill one or more offices of the corporation. An officer may appoint one or more officers if authorized by the bylaws or the board of directors.

(c) The bylaws or the board of directors shall assign to one of the officers responsibility for preparing the minutes of the directors' and shareholders' meetings and for maintaining and authenticating the records of the corporation required to be kept under subsections (a) and (e) of section 33-945.

(d) The same individual may simultaneously hold more than one office in a corporation.

(P.A. 94-186, S. 102, 215; P.A. 01-199, S. 11.)

History: P.A. 94-186 effective January 1, 1997; P.A. 01-199 amended Subsec. (a) to replace “officers” with “offices” and “appointed” with “designated”, amended Subsec. (b) to add provision authorizing the board of directors to elect individuals to fill one or more offices of the corporation, replace “A duly appointed officer” with “An officer” and delete provision authorizing said officer to appoint “assistant officers” and amended Subsec. (c) to replace “delegate” with “assign”, add the responsibility of “maintaining” the records, make technical changes and specify that the corporate records to be maintained and authenticated are those required to be kept under Sec. 33-945(a) and (e).

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