Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 11.201
Conditions for Reinstatement


(a)

A terminated entity may be reinstated under this subchapter if:

(1)

the termination was by mistake or inadvertent;

(2)

the termination occurred without the approval of the entitys governing persons when their approval is required by the title of this code governing the terminated entity;

(3)

the process of winding up before termination had not been completed by the entity; or

(4)

the legal existence of the entity is necessary to:

(A)

convey or assign property;

(B)

settle or release a claim or liability;

(C)

take an action; or

(D)

sign an instrument or agreement.

(b)

A terminated entity may not be reinstated under this section if the termination occurred as a result of:

(1)

an order of a court or the secretary of state;

(2)

an event requiring winding up that is specified in the title of this code governing the terminated entity, if that title prohibits reinstatement; or

(3)

forfeiture under the Tax Code.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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