Section 1715.22 | Consolidation in anticipation of incorporation.
If, before the creation of a corporation under section 1715.18 of the Revised Code for the purposes provided in such section, any parish or religious society described in section 1715.21 of the Revised Code has been acting, by authority of its diocesan convention or other representative body, as a part of or in connection with any unincorporated subordinate agency or body chosen, designated, or provided, in whole or in part, by such representative body, for any of the same or similar purposes, then an agreement for consolidation, such as is provided in section 1715.21 of the Revised Code, may be made, in anticipation of the creation of such corporation under section 1715.18 of the Revised Code, between the parties who have been so acting together; but an agreement so made is not valid until submitted and ratified, on both sides, as provided in section 1715.21 of the Revised Code. The statement pursuant to the creation of a corporation under section 1715.18 of the Revised Code, and provided for in such section, shall include the terms of said agreement, and on being signed, certified, attested, acknowledged, filed, and recorded as provided in section 1715.18 of the Revised Code, shall have all the effect of sections 1715.08, 1715.18, and 1715.21 of the Revised Code. A copy of such record, certified by the secretary of state, shall be evidence of such consolidation and of the existence of the new corporation.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 1, 1953 – House Bill 1 - 100th General Assembly [ View October 1, 1953 Version ]