§ 13.1-337

Foreign associations

A foreign corporation that can qualify as an association, as defined in § 13.1-313, may be authorized to do business in this Commonwealth under the provisions of this Act by complying with the laws relating to foreign corporations doing business in the Commonwealth and filing with the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Director of the State Agricultural Extension Division, a copy of its charter duly certified by the Commission. It shall pay the same fees and charges as domestic associations. Upon such compliance, it shall have all the rights and privileges of like domestic associations and the entrance fee shall be computed as if a charter fee.

History

Code 1950, § 13-290; 1956, c. 428; 1958, c. 564.

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