Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 10.251
General Power of Domestic Entity to Sell, Lease, or Convey Property


(a)

Subject to any approval required by this code or the governing documents of the domestic entity, a domestic entity may transfer and convey by sale, lease, assignment, or another method an interest in property of the entity, including real property. The transfer and conveyance may:

(1)

be made with or without the goodwill of the entity;

(2)

be made on any terms and conditions and for any consideration, which may consist wholly or partly of money or other property, including an ownership interest in a domestic entity or non-code organization; and

(3)

be evidenced by a deed, assignment, or other instrument of transfer or conveyance, with or without the seal of the entity.

(b)

Subject to any approval required by this code or the governing documents of the domestic entity, a domestic entity may grant a pledge, mortgage, deed of trust, or trust indenture with respect to an interest in property of the entity, including real property, with or without the seal of the entity.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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