Laws Relating to the Railroads and Telegraphs of the State of Ohio; (From the Revised Statutes and Ohio Laws)

Laws Relating to the Railroads and Telegraphs of the State of Ohio; (From the Revised Statutes and Ohio Laws)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...void. 5662. Duties ofcreditors and other persons. 5663. Meeting of creditors. 5664. How contingent engagements discharged. 5665. Receiver's compensation. 5666. Receiver to retain money for certain purposes. 5667. How distribution to be made. 5668. V'hen dividend may be made. 5669. Receiver to act on order of court. 5670. Account of receiver to court. 5671. Report of referee on receiver.s account. 5672. Further duties of receiver. 5673. When one-fifth of stockholders may require a dissolution. CORPORATIONS. SECTION 5674. How certain corporations may sur-render charter. 5675 Dirrectors at time of dissolution may settle affairs of corporation. 5676 When the last board is without a quorum. 5677. Petitions under preceding section. 5678. Trustees appointed succeed to right of predecessor. 5679. N0 action shall abate by dissolution of corporation. 5680. Judgments by or against such corpo-rations may be enforced. 5681 Title to property of corporation to pass to trustees. 5682. Trustees personally liable for an abuse of trust. 5683. "Dissolved corporation may prosecute action in its own name. 5684 May be sued in corporate name; service of pr-ocess. 568.) judgments for or against may be re-l, vivcd. 5686. Error may be prosecuted on judg-ment for or against. 5687. Directors may appoint trustees to settle aflairs of corporation. 5688. Removal and duties of trustees. SEO. 5631. When a majority of the directors, trustees, or other oflicers having the management of the concerns of any corporation, or stockholders representing not less than one third oi the capital stock of any corporation, organized un der the laws of the state, discover that the stock, property, and effects of the corporation have been so far reduced, by losses or otherwise, ...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236828712
  • 9781236828712