2017 Code of Virginia
Title 13.1 - Corporations
Chapter 7 - Professional Corporations
§ 13.1-544.2. Certificate of authority for foreign professional corporations

Universal Citation: VA Code § 13.1-544.2 (2017)

A. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a foreign professional corporation, organized under the laws of a jurisdiction other than the Commonwealth of Virginia to perform a professional service of the type defined in subsection A of § 13.1-543, may apply for and obtain a certificate of authority to render such professional services in Virginia on the following terms and conditions:

1. Only stockholders and employees licensed or otherwise legally qualified by this Commonwealth may perform the professional service in Virginia.

2. The professional corporation must meet every requirement of this chapter except the requirement that its stockholders be licensed to perform the professional service in this Commonwealth.

3. The powers of any foreign professional corporation admitted under this section shall not exceed the powers permitted to domestic professional corporations under this chapter.

B. In order to qualify, a foreign professional corporation shall make application to the Commission as provided in § 13.1-759 and shall make such application for and secure a certificate of authority as may be required by § 13.1-549; and, in addition, shall be required to set forth the name and address of each stockholder of the corporation who will be providing the professional service in this Commonwealth and whether such stockholder is licensed, or otherwise legally qualified, to perform the professional service in Virginia.

1978, c. 674; 2002, c. 77; 2003, c. 678.

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