2010 Indiana Code
TITLE 23. BUSINESS AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS
ARTICLE 13. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
CHAPTER 12. BORROWING BY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 12. Borrowing by Educational Institutions
Right to borrow; security for loan
Sec. 1. Any incorporated university, college, academy, theological institution, or high school existing on November 1, 1851, under either a special charter or a general law, is hereby authorized to borrow money for the benefit and use of such corporation, and to secure the same by mortgage of any of the property, real or personal, of any such corporation.
(Formerly: Acts 1855, c.60, s.1.) As amended by P.L.34-1987, SEC.356.
Increase or diminution in number of directors or trustees
Sec. 2. Any such corporation may, by a vote of a majority of the board of trustees or directors, or by a vote of the stockholders at any general meeting, if it be a stock corporation, either increase or diminish the number of directors or trustees of such corporation, so that they shall not be less than five (5) nor more than twenty-one (21).
(Formerly: Acts 1855, c.60, s.2.)
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