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Chapter 394

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  394.100.  Articles to be filed with secretary of state. — 1.  Articles of incorporation, amendment, consolidation, merger, conversion, or dissolution, as the case may be, when executed and acknowledged in duplicate and accompanied by such affidavits as may be required by applicable provisions of this chapter, shall be presented to the secretary of state for filing in the records of his office.

  2.  If the secretary of state shall find that the articles presented conform to the requirements of this chapter, he shall, upon the payment of the fees as in this chapter provided, file one copy of the articles so presented in the records of his office and upon such filing the incorporation, amendment, consolidation, merger, conversion, or dissolution provided for therein shall be in effect.  The secretary of state immediately upon the filing in his office of any articles pursuant to this chapter shall transmit a certified copy thereof, with the certified copy of the certificate of incorporation, amendment, consolidation, merger, conversion or dissolution, as the case may be, attached, to the recorder of deeds of the county in which the principal office of each cooperative or corporation affected by such incorporation, amendment, consolidation, merger, conversion, or dissolution shall be located.

  3.  The recorder of deeds of any county, upon receipt of any such certified copy, shall file, record and index the same in the records of his office, but the failure of the secretary of state or of a recorder of deeds of a county to comply with the provisions of this section shall not invalidate such articles.

  4.  The provisions of this section shall also apply to certificates of election to dissolve and affidavits of compliance executed pursuant to subdivision (2) of subsection 3 of section 394.240.

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(RSMo 1939 § 5404)


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