Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 21.502
Certain Procedures Relating to Winding up


To approve a voluntary winding up, a reinstatement, a cancellation of an event requiring winding up, or a revocation of a voluntary decision to wind up, a corporation must follow one of the following procedures:

(1)

all shareholders of the corporation must consent in writing to the winding up, the reinstatement, the cancellation of an event requiring winding up, or the revocation of a voluntary decision to wind up the corporation;

(2)

if the corporation has not commenced business and has not issued any shares, a majority of the organizers or the board of directors of the corporation must adopt a resolution to wind up, to reinstate, to cancel an event requiring winding up, or to revoke a voluntary decision to wind up; or

(3)

(A) the board of directors of the corporation must adopt a resolution:

(i)

recommending the winding up, reinstatement, cancellation of an event requiring winding up, or revocation of a voluntary decision to wind up the corporation; and

(ii)

directing that the winding up, reinstatement, cancellation of an event requiring winding up, or revocation of a voluntary decision to wind up the corporation be submitted to the shareholders for approval at an annual or special meeting of shareholders; and

(B)

the shareholders must approve the action described by Paragraph (A) in accordance with Section 21.503.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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