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Basic corporate practice under the new Washington Business Corporation Act

Basic corporate practice under the new Washington Business Corporation Act

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Published by The Association? in [Seattle? .
Written in English

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  • Corporation law -- Washington (State)

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    StatementCharles F. Osborn, chairman ; sponsored by University of Washington School of Law, Washington State Bar Association.
    ContributionsOsborn, Charles F., University of Washington. School of Law., Washington State Bar Association.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 106, [46] leaves :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14512161M

    Under the Revised Model Business Corporation Act, following what type of corporate acquisition does the acquiring corporation automatically become liable for all obligations of the acquired corporation? A. An acquisition of stock for debt securities. B. A cash tender offer. C. A merger. D. A leveraged buyout of assets.


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WASHINGTON BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT. General provisions. Powers and purposes. Office and agent. Shares and distributions. Directors and officers.

Corporate entities — Conversions. Amendment of articles of incorporation and bylaws. Merger and share exchange. Sale of assets. Dissenters' rights. Foreign corporations. Records and reports. Title 23B RCW. WASHINGTON BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT. RCW Dispositions. Chapters. 23B General provisions.

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