Download Zipped Enrolled WordPerfect SB0036.ZIP
[Introduced][Status][Bill Documents][Fiscal Note][Bills Directory]

S.B. 36 Enrolled







Chief Sponsor: Gene Davis

House Sponsor: Brian S. King

             9      LONG TITLE
             10      General Description:
             11          This bill modifies the Utah Revised Business Corporation Act to allow for domestic
             12      corporations to transfer to another state.
             13      Highlighted Provisions:
             14          This bill:
             15          .    enacts provisions that allow a domestic corporation to transfer to another state.
             16      Money Appropriated in this Bill:
             17          None
             18      Other Special Clauses:
             19          None
             20      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             21      ENACTS:
             22          16-10a-1533.5, Utah Code Annotated 1953
             24      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             25          Section 1. Section 16-10a-1533.5 is enacted to read:
             26          16-10a-1533.5. Transfer to another state.
             27          (1) A domestic corporation may transfer to or domesticate in a jurisdiction other than
             28      this state if:
             29          (a) that jurisdiction permits the transfer to or domestication of the corporation in the

             30      jurisdiction; and
             31          (b) the transfer is approved by the shareholders as provided in the corporation's bylaws
             32      or, if the bylaws do not so provide, by all of the shareholders.
             33          (2) (a) A domestic corporation transfers to or domesticates in a jurisdiction other than
             34      this state by delivering to the division for filing articles of transfer meeting the requirements of
             35      Subsection (2)(b).
             36          (b) Articles of transfer shall state:
             37          (i) the name of the corporation;
             38          (ii) the date of filing of the corporation's original articles of incorporation with the
             39      division;
             40          (iii) the jurisdiction to which the corporation is to be transferred or in which it is to be
             41      domesticated;
             42          (iv) the future effective date, which shall be a date certain, of the transfer or
             43      domestication if it is not to be effective upon the filing of the articles of transfer;
             44          (v) that the transfer or domestication has been approved by the shareholders;
             45          (vi) that the existence of the corporation as a domestic corporation of this state shall
             46      cease when the articles of transfer become effective;
             47          (vii) the agreement of the corporation that it may be served with process in this state in
             48      any proceeding for enforcement of any obligation of the corporation arising while it was a
             49      corporation under the laws of this state; and
             50          (viii) if the corporation does not apply for authority to transact business in this state as
             51      a foreign corporation pursuant to Section 16-10a-1503 , the address to which a copy of service
             52      of process may be made under Subsection (2)(b)(vii).
             53          (3) When the articles of transfer are filed with the division, or upon the future, delayed
             54      effective date of the articles of transfer, and after payment to the division of the fees prescribed
             55      under this chapter, the corporation shall cease to exist as a domestic corporation of this state.
             56      Thereafter, a certificate of the division as to the transfer is prima facie evidence of the transfer
             57      or domestication by the corporation out of this state.

             58          (4) Transfer or domestication of a corporation out of this state in accordance with this
             59      section and the resulting cessation of its existence as a domestic corporation of this state may
             60      not be considered to affect:
             61          (a) an obligation or liability of the corporation incurred before the transfer or
             62      domestication or the personal liability of any person incurred before the transfer or
             63      domestication, including, any taxes owing to this state; or
             64          (b) the choice of law applicable to the corporation with respect to matters arising
             65      before the transfer or domestication.

[Bill Documents][Bills Directory]