17:12B-203. Effect of merger
Upon the merger of any State association into another:
(a) Its corporate existence shall be merged into that of the other State association, and all its rights, privileges and franchises, and its right, title and interest in and to all property of whatever kind, whether real, personal or mixed, and things in action, and every right, privilege, interest or asset of value or benefit then existing which would inure to it under an unmerged existence, shall be transferred to and vested in the State association into which it has merged, without further act or deed and without any right or reversion. The last mentioned State association shall have and hold the same in its own right as fully as the same was possessed and held by the merged State association;
(b) Its rights, liabilities, obligations and relations to any person shall remain unimpaired, and the State association into which it has been merged shall, by the merger, succeed to all the relations, obligations and liabilities, as though it had itself assumed or incurred the same. No obligation or liability of a member in a State association a party to the merger shall be affected by the merger, but the obligations and liabilities shall continue as they existed before the merger;
(c) A pending action or other judicial proceeding to which a merged State association is a party shall not abate or be discontinued by reason of the merger, but may be prosecuted to final judgment order or decree as if the merger has not been effected, or the State association into which the other State association has been merged may be substituted as a party to the action or proceeding, and any judgment order or decree may be rendered for or against it that might have been rendered for or against the other State association if the merger had not occurred.
L.1963, c. 144, s. 203.
Section: Previous 17-12b-197 17-12b-198 17-12b-198.1 17-12b-199 17-12b-200 17-12b-201 17-12b-202 17-12b-203 17-12b-204 17-12b-205 17-12b-206 17-12b-207 17-12b-208 17-12b-209 17-12b-210 Next
Last modified: October 11, 2016