Re: [ga] serious participation in ICANN processes
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- Subject: Re: [ga] serious participation in ICANN processes
- From: "'Kent Crispin'" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 11:55:41 -0700
- In-Reply-To: <9DC8BBAD4FF100408FC7D18D1F092286039DBB@condor.mhsc.com>; from Roeland Meyer on Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 07:52:24PM -0700
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On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 07:52:24PM -0700, Roeland Meyer wrote:
> > Sorry, that is simply incorrect. Said laws do not mandate a
> > membership. It is perfectly legal to have a corporation without
> > members.
> Not for a California non-profit.
Sorry, that is incorrect.
5310. (a) A corporation may admit persons to membership, as
provided in its articles or bylaws, or may provide in its articles
or bylaws that it shall have no members. In the absence of any
provision in its articles or bylaws providing for members, a
corporation shall have no members.
(from the california corporations code, in part 2, describing
nonprofit public benefit corporations, visible at
Kent Crispin "Be good, and you will be
firstname.lastname@example.org lonesome." -- Mark Twain
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