2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 180. Business corporations.
180.1809 Notice of statutory close corporation status.
180.1809180.1809 Notice of statutory close corporation status.
180.1809(1)(a)(a) The following notice shall be noted conspicuously on each share certificate issued by a statutory close corporation: "The rights of shareholders in a statutory close corporation may differ materially from the rights of shareholders in other corporations. Copies of the articles of incorporation, the bylaws, if any, and shareholders' agreements or other documents, which may restrict transfers and affect voting and other rights, may be obtained without charge by a shareholder on written request to the corporation."
180.1809(1)(b)(b) Within a reasonable time after the issuance or transfer of uncertificated shares, the corporation shall deliver to the shareholders a written notice containing the information required by par. (a). The notice shall comply with s. 180.0141.
180.1809(1)(c)(c) Written notice given under this subsection satisfies the notice requirement under s. 180.0627 (3).
180.1809(2)(2) A person claiming an interest in shares of a statutory close corporation that has given the written notice required by sub. (1) is bound by the documents referred to in the notice. A person claiming an interest in shares of a corporation that has not given the written notice required by sub. (1) is bound by any documents of which he or she, or any person through whom he or she claims, has knowledge or notice.
180.1809 - ANNOT.History: 1989 a. 303.
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