Reorganization under a statute of the United States; effectuation
Section 14.34. REORGANIZATION UNDER A STATUTE OF THE UNITED STATES: EFFECTUATION
(a) Any corporation, a plan of reorganization of which, pursuant to any applicable statute of the United States relating to reorganizations of corporations, has been or shall be confirmed by the decree or order of a court of competent jurisdiction, may put into effect and carry out the plan and the decrees and orders of the court or judge relative thereto and may take any proceeding and do any act provided in the plan or directed by the decrees and orders, without further action by its directors or shareholders. The power and authority may be exercised, and the proceedings and acts may be taken, as may be directed by the decrees or orders, by the trustee or trustees of the corporation appointed in the reorganization proceedings, or a majority thereof, or if none be appointed and acting, by designated officers of the corporation, or by a master or other representative appointed by the court or judge, with like effect as if exercised and taken by unanimous action of the directors and shareholders of the corporation.
(b) The corporation may, in the manner provided in subsection (a), but without limiting the generality or effect of the foregoing, alter, amend, or repeal its bylaws; constitute or reconstitute and classify or reclassify its board of directors, and name, constitute or appoint directors and officers in place of or in addition to all or some of the directors or officers then in office; amend its articles of organization, and make any change in its capital or capital stock, or any other amendment, change, or alteration, or provision, authorized by this chapter; be dissolved; sell or otherwise transfer all or part of its assets, merge or consolidate as permitted by this chapter, in any of which cases, however, no shareholder shall have any statutory right of appraisal of his shares pursuant to section 13.02; change the location of its registered office, change its registered agent, and remove or appoint any agent to receive service of process; authorize, fix the terms, manner and conditions of the issuance of, and issue bonds, debentures or other obligations, whether or not convertible into shares of any class or series, or bearing warrants or other evidences of optional rights to purchase or subscribe for shares of any class or series; or lease its property and franchises to any corporation or other party, if permitted by law.
(c) Articles of amendment, merger, share exchange or dissolution effected by the corporation pursuant to the foregoing provisions shall be filed with the secretary of state, and shall become effective, all in accordance with this chapter. The articles shall be made, executed and acknowledged, as may be directed by the decrees or orders, by the trustee or trustees appointed in the reorganization proceedings, or a majority thereof, or, if none be appointed and acting, by the officers of the corporation, or by a master or other representative appointed by the court or judge, and shall certify that provision for the making and filing of the articles is contained in a decree or order of a court or judge having jurisdiction of a proceeding under the applicable statute of the United States for the reorganization of the corporation.
(d) This section shall cease to apply to the corporation upon the entry of a final decree in the reorganization proceedings closing the case and discharging the trustee or trustees, if any.
(e) On filing any articles or other instrument made or executed pursuant to this section, there shall be paid to the secretary of state the same fees as are payable by corporations not in reorganization upon the filing of like articles or instruments.