Nevada Business Associations; Securities; Commodities

Sec. § 82.091
Articles of incorporation: Optional provisions.

The articles of incorporation may also contain:


Any provision subordinating the corporation to the authority of a superior organization or any person, and providing for its dissolution when its charter is surrendered to, taken away by or revoked by the superior organization or any person granting it.


Any provision providing that, upon dissolution of the corporation and the payment of its debts and the provision for other matters as required by this chapter, the assets of the corporation must be distributed to the superior organization or any person.


Any provision allowing members or directors, or classes of members or directors, to have more or less than one vote in any election or any other matter presented to the members or directors for a vote.


Any provision allowing or providing for delegates with some or all the authority of members.


Any provision, not contrary to the laws of this State, for the management of the business and for the conduct of the affairs of the corporation, and any provision creating, defining, limiting or regulating the powers of the corporation or the rights, powers or duties of the directors, members, if any, or delegates, if any, or any class of members, delegates, or directors, or the holders of bonds or other obligations of the corporation.

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