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New York Business Corporation - Article 10 - (1001 - 1009) Non-judicial Dissolution

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  • New York Business Corporation - Article 10 - Non-judicial Dissolution
    Section 1001. Authorization of dissolution. 1002. Dissolution under provision in certificate of incorporation. 1003. Certificate of dissolution; contents. 1004. Certificate of dissolution; filing. 1005. Procedure...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1001 - Authorization of Dissolution
    (a) A corporation may be dissolved under this article. Such dissolution shall be authorized at a meeting of shareholders by (i) for corporations the certificate...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1002 - Dissolution Under Provision in Certificate of Incorporation
    (a) The certificate of incorporation may contain a provision that any shareholder, or the holders of any specified number or proportion of shares or votes...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1003 - Certificate of Dissolution; Contents
    (a) A certificate of dissolution, entitled "Certificate of dissolution of ......... (name of corporation) under section 1003 of the Business Corporation Law", shall be signed...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1004 - Certificate of Dissolution; Filing
    (a) The department shall not file such certificate unless the consent of the state department of taxation and finance to the dissolution is attached thereto....
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1005 - Procedure After Dissolution
    (a) After dissolution: (1) The corporation shall carry on no business except for the purpose of winding up its affairs. (2) The corporation shall proceed...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1006 - Corporate Action and Survival of Remedies After Dissolution
    (a) A dissolved corporation, its directors, officers and shareholders may continue to function for the purpose of winding up the affairs of the corporation in...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1007 - Notice to Creditors; Filing or Barring Claims
    (a) At any time after dissolution, the corporation may give a notice requiring all creditors and claimants, including any with unliquidated or contingent claims and...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1008 - Jurisdiction of Supreme Court to Supervise Dissolution and Liquidation
    (a) At any time after the filing of a certificate of dissolution under this article the supreme court in the judicial district where the office...
  • New York Business Corporation - § 1009 - Applicability to Dissolution Under Other Provisions
    The provisions of sections 1005 (Procedure after dissolution), 1006 (Corporate action and survival of remedies after dissolution), 1007 (Notice to creditors; filing or barring claims)...