Nevada Revised Statutes > Title 7 > Chapter 78 > Stock And Other Securities; Distributions > § 78.209. Change in number of authorized shares of class or series: Filing and effectiveness of certificate of change; amendment of articles of incorporation
Current as of: 2009
1. A change pursuant to NRS 78.207 is not effective until after the filing in the Office of the Secretary of State of a certificate, signed by an officer of the corporation, setting forth:
(a) The current number of authorized shares and the par value, if any, of each class or series, if any, of shares before the change;
(b) The number of authorized shares and the par value, if any, of each class or series, if any, of shares after the change;
(c) The number of shares of each affected class or series, if any, to be issued after the change in exchange for each issued share of the same class or series;
(d) The provisions, if any, for the issuance of fractional shares, or for the payment of money or the issuance of scrip to stockholders otherwise entitled to a fraction of a share and the percentage of outstanding shares affected thereby; and
(e) That any required approval of the stockholders has been obtained.
ÃŠ The provisions in the articles of incorporation of the corporation regarding the authorized number and par value, if any, of the changed class or series, if any, of shares shall be deemed amended as provided in the certificate at the effective date and time of the change.
2. Unless an increase or decrease of the number of authorized shares pursuant to NRS 78.207 is accomplished by an action that otherwise requires an amendment to the articles of incorporation of the corporation, such an amendment is not required by that section.
3. A certificate filed pursuant to subsection 1 is effective upon filing the certificate with the Secretary of State or upon a later date specified in the certificate, which must not be more than 90 days after the certificate is filed.
4. If a certificate filed pursuant to subsection 1 specifies an effective date, the board of directors may terminate the effectiveness of the certificate by resolution. A certificate of termination must:
(a) Be filed with the Secretary of State before the effective date specified in the certificate filed pursuant to subsection 1;
(b) Identify the certificate being terminated;
(c) State that the effectiveness of the certificate has been terminated;
(d) Be signed by an officer of the corporation; and
(e) Be accompanied by the fee required pursuant to NRS 78.765.
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