2013 Maryland Code
CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
§ 3-512 - Effect of extension or revival
The reinstatement and extension of a corporation’s existence under § 3-501 of this subtitle or the revival of a corporation’s charter under § 3-507 of this subtitle has the following effects:
(1) If otherwise done within the scope of its charter, all contracts or other acts done in the name of the corporation while the charter was void are validated, and the corporation is liable for them; and
(2) All the assets and rights of the corporation, except those sold or those of which it was otherwise divested while the charter was void, are restored to the corporation to the same extent that they were held by the corporation before the expiration or forfeiture of the charter.
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