ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
CORPORATIONS FOR CHARITABLE AND CERTAIN OTHER PURPOSES
Application of laws; exception
Section 10C. Every corporation shall, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, be subject to sections six, eight, ten, eleven, fourteen, thirty-two, thirty-five, thirty-seven, thirty-eight A, forty-three, forty-nine, fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty-eight, sixty-nine, one hundred and two, one hundred and four, one hundred and five, one hundred and six, one hundred and eight, and one hundred and fifteen of chapter one hundred and fifty-six B, except that the provisions of section fifty-five of said chapter one hundred and fifty-six B shall not affect the requirement under section eleven A of this chapter concerning the authorization of a petition for the dissolution of a charitable corporation constituting a public charity.
The foregoing provisions and the other provisions of said chapter one hundred and fifty-six B that are made applicable to corporations governed by this chapter shall be subject to the following: (a) those provisions of said chapter one hundred and fifty-six B that pertain to stock and stockholders, shares and classes or series of shares and stock and transfer records shall, except in the case of a corporation having capital stock outstanding, be applicable as nearly as may be to members, classes of members and records of membership; (b) the definitions of terms provided in this chapter shall be applicable; and (c) the filing fees provided in section eleven C of this chapter shall be applicable.