2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Mich. Comp. Laws § 450.2217 Conduct of affairs under assumed name or names other than corporate name; assumption of same name by 2 or more corporations participating in partnership or joint venture; certificate of assumed name; duration; extensions; notification of impending expiration; substantive rights to use of assumed name not created.

NONPROFIT CORPORATION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 162 of 1982


450.2217 Conduct of affairs under assumed name or names other than corporate name; assumption of same name by 2 or more corporations participating in partnership or joint venture; certificate of assumed name; duration; extensions; notification of impending expiration; substantive rights to use of assumed name not created.

Sec. 217.

Except as otherwise prohibited by law, a domestic or foreign corporation may conduct its affairs under any assumed name or names other than its corporate name, not precluded from use by section 212, and the same name may be assumed by 2 or more corporations participating together in any partnership or joint venture by filing a certificate stating the true name of the corporation and the assumed name under which its affairs are to be conducted. The certificate shall be effective, unless sooner terminated by the filing of a certificate of termination or by the dissolution or withdrawal of the corporation, for a period expiring on December 31 of the fifth full calendar year following the year in which it was filed. It may be extended for additional consecutive periods of 5 full calendar years each by the filing of similar certificates not earlier than 90 days preceding the expiration of any such period. The administrator shall notify the corporation of the impending expiration of the certificate of assumed name no later than 90 days before the initial or subsequent 5-year period will expire. This section does not create substantive rights to the use of a particular assumed name.


History: 1982, Act 162, Eff. Jan. 1, 1983



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