SEC. 81-3-15. Renewals and amendments of charters.
The charter or articles of incorporation of banking corporations heretofore created or that may hereafter be created, may be renewed or amended in the following manner:
The stockholders in a special or regular meeting, shall first, by a vote of a majority in amount of all stock outstanding, adopt a resolution setting forth the proposed renewal or amendment, subject to the approval of the state comptroller. Three copies of such resolution duly certified by the president or vice-president of such bank shall be forwarded to the state comptroller for his approval, together with the fee required by statute. If the proposed amendment is approved by the state comptroller, he shall attach his certificate of approval to each of the copies and forward all three copies to the attorney general for his approval, and shall forward the fee required by statute to the secretary of state. If and when approved by the attorney general, all three copies of said amendment shall be forwarded to the governor for his approval, and when approved by him shall be forwarded by the governor to the secretary of state. The secretary of state shall retain one copy and file and record the same in his office. He shall forward one copy thereof to the state comptroller, who shall retain and file the same in his office. The remaining copy shall be returned to the bank, and the bank shall immediately record the same in the office of the chancery clerk of the county in which the bank is domiciled. Said copy after being so recorded, shall be returned to the bank and retained by it in its files. It shall not be necessary to publish such renewal or amendment.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 5161; Laws, 1934, ch. 146.