Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 3.012
Supplemental Provisions Required in Certificate of Formation of Real Estate Investment Trust

In addition to the information required by Section 3.005 (Certificate of Formation), the certificate of formation of a real estate investment trust must state:


that an assumed name certificate stating the name of the real estate investment trust has been filed in the manner provided by law;


that the purpose of the real estate investment trust is to:


purchase, hold, lease, manage, sell, exchange, develop, subdivide, and improve real property and interests in real property, other than severed mineral, oil, or gas royalty interests, and carry on any other business and perform any other action in connection with a purpose described by this paragraph;


exercise powers conferred by the laws of this state on a real estate investment trust; and


perform any action described by Chapter 200 (Real Estate Investment Trusts) or Title 1 to the same extent as an individual;


the post office address of the initial principal office and place of business of the real estate investment trust;


the aggregate number of shares of beneficial interest the real estate investment trust is authorized to issue and the par value to be received by the real estate investment trust for the issuance of each share;


if shares described by Subdivision (4) are divided into classes as authorized by Section 200.102 (Classification of Shares) or 200.103 (Classes of Shares Established by Trust Managers), a description of each class of shares, including any preferences, conversion and other rights, voting powers, restrictions, limitations as to dividends, qualifications, and terms and conditions of redemption; and


that the trust managers shall manage the money or property received for the issuance of shares for the benefit of the shareholders of the real estate investment trust.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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