Re: [ga] No Members?
On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:41:40PM -0700, Bret Fausett wrote:
> > California non-profits MAY have members, but they do not have to.
> That's right. The reason for the continuing debate is that, under some
> sections of California corporations law, corporations with statutory members
> are defined by whether members have certain rights -- such as whether the
> "members" can elect Directors, for example. But the creation of statutory
> members under the California law is dealt with in several different sections
> of the Code, some of which are seemingly contradictory, so it's a nuanced
> question that we're unlikely to answer here.
It is not nuanced at all. The text is actually quite clear.
Kent Crispin "Be good, and you will be
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