Code Section Group

Corporations Code - CORP

TITLE 1. CORPORATIONS [100 - 14631]

  ( Title 1 enacted by Stats. 1947, Ch. 1038. )

DIVISION 2. NONPROFIT CORPORATION LAW [5000 - 10841]

  ( Heading of Division 2 amended by Stats. 1978, Ch. 567. )

PART 4. NONPROFIT RELIGIOUS CORPORATIONS [9110 - 9690]

  ( Part 4 added by Stats. 1978, Ch. 567. )

CHAPTER 6. Miscellaneous Provisions [9610 - 9690]

  ( Chapter 6 added by Stats. 1978, Ch. 567. )

ARTICLE 3. Sale of Assets [9630 - 9634]
  ( Article 3 added by Stats. 1978, Ch. 567. )

9630.
  

Any mortgage, deed of trust, pledge or other hypothecation of all or any part of the corporation’s property, real or personal, for the purpose of securing the payment or performance of any contract or obligation may be approved by the board. Unless the articles or bylaws otherwise provide, no approval of the members (Section 5034) or of any other person or persons shall be necessary for such action.

(Amended by Stats. 1979, Ch. 724.)

9631.
  

(a) Subject to the provisions of Section 9142, a corporation may sell, lease, convey, exchange, transfer or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets when the principal terms are:

(1) Approved by the board; and

(2) Unless the transaction is in the usual and regular course of its activities, approved by the members (Section 5034) and by any other person or persons whose approval is required by the articles or bylaws either before or after approval by the board and before or after the transaction.

(b) Subject to any provision in the articles or bylaws, the board may, notwithstanding approval by the members (Section 5034) or such other person, abandon the proposed transaction without further action by the members, subject to the contractual rights, if any, of third parties.

(c) Subject to the provisions of Section 9142, such sale, lease, conveyance, exchange, transfer or other disposition may be made upon such terms and conditions and for such consideration as the board may deem in the best interests of the corporation. The consideration may be money, property, or securities of any domestic corporation, foreign corporation, or foreign business corporation or any of them.

(Amended by Stats. 1981, Ch. 587, Sec. 57.)

9632.
  

Any deed or instrument conveying or otherwise transferring any assets of a corporation may have annexed to it the certificate of the secretary or an assistant secretary of the corporation, setting forth that the transaction has been validly approved by the board, that the notice, if any, required by Section 9633 has been given and (a) stating that the property described in such deed or instrument is less than substantially all of the assets of the corporation or that the transfer is in the usual and regular course of the business of the corporation, if such be the case, or (b) if such property constitutes all or substantially all of the assets of the corporation and the transfer is not in the usual and regular course of the business of the corporation, stating the fact of approval thereof by the members (Section 5034). Such certificate is prima facie evidence of the existence of the facts authorizing such conveyance or other transfer of the assets and conclusive evidence in favor of any purchaser or encumbrancer for value who, without notice of any trust restriction applicable to the property or any failure to comply therewith, in good faith parted with value.

(Added by Stats. 1979, Ch. 724.)

9633.
  

A corporation must give written notice to the Attorney General 20 days before it sells, leases, conveys, exchanges, transfers or otherwise disposes of all or substantially all of its assets unless the Attorney General has given the corporation a written waiver of this section as to the proposed transaction.

(Added by Stats. 1979, Ch. 724.)

9634.
  

The provisions of Article 2 (commencing with Section 5914) of Chapter 9 of Part 2 apply to religious corporations to the extent provided therein.

(Added by Stats. 2011, Ch. 442, Sec. 26. Effective January 1, 2012.)

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