Texas Business Organizations Code - Section 11.302. Notification Of Cause By Secretary Of State
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§ 11.302. NOTIFICATION OF CAUSE BY SECRETARY OF
STATE. (a) The secretary of state shall provide to the attorney
(1) the name of a filing entity that has given cause
under Section 11.301 for involuntary winding up of the entity's
business and termination of the entity's existence; and
(2) the facts relating to the cause for the winding up
(b) When notice is provided under Subsection (a), the
secretary of state shall notify the filing entity of the
circumstances by writing sent to the entity at its registered
office in this state. The notice must state that the secretary of
state has given notice under Subsection (a) and the grounds for the
notification. The secretary of state must record the date a notice
required by this subsection is sent.
(c) A court shall accept a certificate issued by the
secretary of state as to the facts relating to the cause for the
winding up and termination and the sending of a notice under
Subsection (b) as prima facie evidence of the facts stated in the
certificate and the sending of the notice.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, § 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
Last modified: August 11, 2007