Texas Business Corporation Act - Article 9.15. Extent To Which Existing Laws Shall Remain Applicable To Corporations
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Art. 9.15. Extent to Which Existing Laws Shall Remain Applicable to
A. Except as provided in the last preceding Article, existing
corporations shall continue to be governed by the laws heretofore
B. Except as provided in Section B of Article 9.16 of this Act, any
special limitations, obligations, liabilities, and powers,
applicable to a particular kind of corporation for which special
provision is made by the laws of this State, including, (but not
excluding other corporations) those corporations subject to
supervision under Article 1524a of the Revised Civil Statutes of
Texas, shall continue to be applicable to any such corporation, and
this Act is not intended to repeal and does not repeal the statutory
provisions providing for these special limitations, obligations,
liabilities, and powers.
C. Provided that nothing in this Act shall in anywise affect or
nullify the Antitrust Laws of this State.
Acts 1955, 54th Leg., p. 239, ch. 64, eff. Sept. 6, 1955.
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