SEC. 81-12-25. Incorporation; petition; fee; articles; bylaws; exhibits.
Any five (5) or more individuals (hereinafter referred to as the "incorporators"), citizens of this state, may form a mutual association or capital stock association to promote thrift and home financing, subject to approval as hereinafter provided in this chapter, by filing with the commissioner, two (2) sworn duplicate originals of a petition for a certificate of incorporation in the form to be prescribed by the commissioner, accompanied by the proposed articles of incorporation and proposed bylaws, each in a form approved by the commissioner and accompanied by the incorporation fee. The proposed bylaws shall make provisions for (a) annual meeting of members or stockholders, (b) special meeting of members or stockholders, (c) notice of meeting of members or stockholders, (d) procedure for nomination of directors, (e) meetings of board of directors, (f) resignation and removal of directors, (g) officers, (h) execution of instruments, (i) evidence of savings accounts, (j) corporate seal, (k) fiscal year, (l) amendments and (m) such other matters as may be prescribed by the commissioner by rule or regulation. The petitioners shall submit with their petition statements, exhibits, maps and other data which the commissioner may require, which data shall be sufficiently detailed and comprehensive to enable the commissioner to pass upon the petition as to the criteria set out in Section 81-12-27.
SOURCE: Laws, 1977, ch. 445, § 6 (1); reenacted, 1982, ch. 301, § 13; Laws, 1990 Ex Sess, ch. 52, § 14; Laws, 1993, ch. 441, § 14; reenacted and amended, 1994, ch. 622, § 46; reenacted without change, Laws, 1997, ch. 496, § 11; reenacted without change, Laws, 2001, ch. 488, § 12, SB 2601, eff from and after July 1, 2001.
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