§ 55-14-01 Dissolution by incorporators or directors
§ 55-14-02 Dissolution by board of directors and shareholders
§ 55-14-03 Articles of dissolution
§ 55-14-04 Revocation of dissolution
§ 55-14-05 Effect of dissolution
§ 55-14-06 Known claims against dissolved corporation
§ 55-14-07 Unknown and certain other claims against dissolved corporation
§ 55-14-08 Enforcement of claims
§ 55-14-09 Court proceedings
§ 55-14-20 Grounds for administrative dissolution
§ 55-14-21 Procedure for and effect of administrative dissolution
§ 55-14-22 Reinstatement following administrative dissolution
§ 55-14-23 Appeal from denial of reinstatement
§ 55-14-24 Inapplicability of Administrative Procedure Act
§ 55-14-30 Grounds for judicial dissolution
§ 55-14-31 Procedure for judicial dissolution
§ 55-14-32 Receivership
§ 55-14-33 Decree of dissolution
§ 55-14-40 Disposition of amounts due to unavailable shareholders and creditors

Terms Used In North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 55 > Article 14 - Dissolution

  • Answer: The formal written statement by a defendant responding to a civil complaint and setting forth the grounds for defense.
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