Section 3941.35 | Merger or consolidation of companies.
Any mutual insurance company organized under Chapter 3941. of the Revised Code may merge or consolidate with any other mutual insurance company or companies, foreign, alien, or domestic, subject to the requirements of sections 3941.35 to 3941.46, inclusive, of the Revised Code. The surviving or resulting company may be a continuation of the corporate existence of one of the parties to the agreement, and may be either a domestic, foreign, or alien company. Sections 3941.35 to 3941.45, inclusive, of the Revised Code apply to mergers or consolidations in which a domestic mutual company is a party. Section 3941.46 of the Revised Code applies to mergers or consolidations in which a foreign or alien mutual company licensed in this state is a party, but no domestic company is a party.
Available Versions of this Section
- November 21, 1969 – Senate Bill 433, 108th General Assembly [ View November 21, 1969 Version ]