Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 10.152
Certificate of Merger: Short Form Merger


The certificate of merger for a merger under Section 10.006 (Short Form Merger) is required to be signed only by an officer or other authorized representative of the parent organization described by that section.


Except as provided by Subsection (c), the certificate of merger must include:


the name of the parent organization, the name of each subsidiary organization that is a party to the merger, and the jurisdiction of formation of each named organization;


the number of outstanding ownership interests of each class or series of each subsidiary organization and the number and percentage of ownership interests of each class or series owned by the parent organization;


a copy of the resolution of merger adopted by the governing authority of the parent organization authorizing the merger and the date of the adoption of the resolution;


a statement that the resolution has been approved as required by the laws of the jurisdiction of formation of the parent organization and by its governing documents; and


if any surviving organization is not a domestic entity, the address, including street number, if any, of its registered or principal office in the organization’s jurisdiction of formation.


If a plan of merger is required to be adopted by action of the parent organization under Section 10.006 (Short Form Merger)(c), the certificate of merger must include the information required by Section 10.151 (Certificate of Merger and Exchange)(b).
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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