2005 Rhode Island Code - § 7-1.2-901 — Right to amend articles of incorporation.

    A corporation may amend its articles of incorporation, from time to time, in any and all respects as is desired, to the extent that its articles of incorporation, as amended, contain only provisions that might be lawfully contained in original articles of incorporation filed as of the time of the filing of the amendment, and, if a change in shares or the rights of shareholders, or an exchange, reclassification, subdivision, combination or cancellation of shares or rights of shareholders is to be made, the provisions that may be necessary to effect the change, exchange, reclassification, subdivision, combination or cancellation.

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