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Articles Of Revocation Of Dissolution N-07 - North Carolina

Articles Of Revocation Of Dissolution Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Nonprofit Corporation Secretary Of State .
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State of North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State ARTICLES OF REVOCATION OF DISSOLUTION FOR NONPROFIT CORPORATION Pursuant to 55A-14-05 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the undersigned corporation herebysubmits the following Articles of Revocation of Dissolution for the purpose of revoking the dissolution ofthe corporation: 1. The name of the corporation is:________________________________________________________ 2. The effective date of the dissolution that was revoked was:___________________________________ 3. The date that the revocation of dissolution was authorized was:________________________________ 4. (Check a, b, c, and/or d, as applicable.) a. _______The dissolution was revoked by the board of directors, since approval of members was not required. b. _______The dissolution was revoked by action of the board of directors, pursuant to a prior authorization by the members alone or in conjunction with another person or persons. c. _______Action of the members was required to revoke the dissolution, and that action was taken as required. d. _______Action of a person or persons other than or in addition to the members or directors was required to revoke the dissolution, and that action was taken as required.5. A copy of the Articles of Dissolution is attached. 6. These articles will be effective upon filing, unless a delayed date and/or time is specified*:_________This the _____ day of _____________________, 20____ ____________________________________ Name of Corporation ____________________________________ Signature ____________________________________ Type or Print Name and TitleNotes: 1. Filing fee is $10. One executed original and one exact or conformed copy of these articles must be filed with the Secretary of State. *Revocation of dissolution is effective upon the effective date of the Articles of Revocation of Dissolution, but thesearticles must be filed and accepted by the Secretary within 120 days of the effective date of the dissolution to beeffective. (Revised January 2000) (Form N-07)CORPORATIONS DIVISION P. O. BOX 29622 RALEIGH, NC 27626-0622<<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 Instructions for Filing ARTICLES OF REVOCATION OF DISSOLUTION FOR A NONPROFIT CORPORATION (Form N-07) Item 1 Enter the complete name of the corporation exactly as it appears in the records of the Secretary of State. Item 2 Enter the effective date of the dissolution that is now being revoked.Item 3 Enter the date the revocation of dissolution was authorized. Item 4 Check either a,b,c, and/or d, according to the manner in which the dissolution was revoked. Item 5 See Form Item 6 The document will be effective on the date and at the time of filing, unless a delayed date or an effective time (on the day of filing) is specified. If a delayed effective date is specified without a time, the document will be effective at 11:59:59 p.m. on the day specified. If a delayed effective date is specified with a time, the document will be effective on the day and at the time specified. A delayed effective date may be specified up to and th including the 90 day after the day of filing. Date and Execution Enter the date the document was executed. In the blanks provided enter: The name of the corporation as it appears in Item 1. The signature of the representative of the corporation executing the document (may be the presiding officer of the board of directors or any officer of the corporation). The name and title of the above-signed representative. CORPORATIONS DIVISION P. O. BOX 29622 RALEIGH, NC 27626-0622
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