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  • PART I ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT
  • TITLE XXII CORPORATIONS
  • CHAPTER 156B CERTAIN BUSINESS CORPORATIONS
  • Section 76 Dissenting stockholder; right to demand payment for stock

Section 76. A stockholder in any corporation which shall have voted to sell, lease or exchange all or substantially all its property and assets, or which shall have adopted any amendment of its articles of organization which adversely affects the rights of such stockholder, who objects to such action, in the manner provided in section eighty-six, shall be entitled, if such sale, lease or exchange shall have been consummated or such amendment shall have become effective, as the case may be, to demand payment for his stock from the corporation and an appraisal thereof in accordance with the provisions of sections eighty-six to ninety-eight, inclusive, and such stockholder and the corporation shall have the rights and duties and follow the procedure set forth in those sections.