(ii) restated bylaws. See Utah Code 16-6a-102 Class: means a group of memberships that has the same right with respect to voting, dissolution, redemption, transfer, or other characteristics. See Utah Code 16-6a-102 Corporation: A legal entity owned by the holders of shares of stock that have been issued, and that can own, receive, and transfer property, and carry on business in its own name. Division: means the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code. See Utah Code 16-6a-102 Member: includes :
(ii) a shareholder in a water company. See Utah Code 16-6a-102 Principal office: means :
(a) the office, in or out of this state, designated by a domestic or foreign nonprofit corporation as its principal office in the most recent document on file with the division providing that information, including:
(ii) an application for a certificate of authority; or
(iii) a notice of change of principal office; or
(b) if no principal office can be determined, a domestic or foreign nonprofit corporation's registered office. See
Utah Code 16-6a-102 Vote: includes authorization by:
(b) written consent. See Utah Code 16-6a-102
minutes of all meetings of its members and
board of directors;
a record of all actions taken by the members or board of directors without a meeting;
a record of all actions taken by a committee of the board of directors in place of the board of directors on behalf of the nonprofit corporation; and
a record of all waivers of notices of meetings of members and of the board of directors or any committee of the board of directors.
A nonprofit corporation shall maintain appropriate accounting records.
A nonprofit corporation or its agent shall maintain a record of its members in a form that permits preparation of a list of the name and
address of all members:
in alphabetical order, by
showing the number of votes each
member is entitled to vote.
A nonprofit corporation shall maintain its records in written form or in another form capable of conversion into written form within a reasonable time.
A nonprofit corporation shall keep a copy of each of the following records at its
articles of incorporation;
resolutions adopted by its board of directors relating to the characteristics, qualifications, rights, limitations, and obligations of members or any class or category of members;
the minutes of all members’ meetings for a period of three years;
records of all action taken by members without a meeting, for a period of three years;
all written communications to members generally as members for a period of three years;
a list of the names and business or home addresses of its current directors and officers;
a copy of its most recent annual report delivered to the
division under Section 16-6a-1607; and
all financial statements prepared for periods ending during the last three years that a member could have requested under Section
Enacted by Chapter
300, 2000 General Session