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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

But Different Folk Have Different Views

Yesterday, I pointed out several ambiguities in Corporations Code Section 701 and offered some alternative interpretations.  Today, I heard from one reader who suggested some additional interpretations.  This reader suggests that “action” in Section 701(a) refers to the date on which the first request for consents is distributed or mailed to other shareholders.  While the statute doesn’t exclude this interpretation, I…

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Plowing Through The Ambiguities Of California’s Record Date Statute

Corporations Code Section 603(a) provides the basic authority for shareholders of California corporations to take action by written consent (unless the articles provide otherwise).  Section 701 establishes the rules for determining the record date for corporate actions involving shareholders, including shareholder action by written consent.  Although the mechanics of establishing a record date may seem so mundane as to…

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