Montana Code Annotated 2019



Part 9. Dissolution and Liquidation(Repealed effective June 1, 2020)

State Dissolution Or Withdrawal Certificate

35-1-944. (Temporary) State dissolution or withdrawal certificate. A decree of voluntary dissolution may not be made and entered by a court, nor shall the clerk of the district court of a county or secretary of state file a voluntary dissolution decree or file any other document by which the term of existence of a corporation is terminated, except a decree of involuntary dissolution in an action brought by the secretary of state. The secretary of state may not file an application for a certificate of withdrawal by a foreign corporation of its right to do intrastate business in the state unless the corporation obtains from the department of revenue and files with the court, clerk of the district court, or secretary of state, as part of the original instrument effecting the dissolution or withdrawal, a dissolution or withdrawal certificate issued pursuant to 15-31-552(1) verifying that the corporation has filed all applicable returns and has paid all taxes owing the state up to the date of the request for dissolution or withdrawal. For an authorized insurance company regulated under Title 33, the authorized insurance company may obtain a tax clearance certificate from the commissioner of insurance. The issuance of the dissolution or withdrawal certificate or tax clearance certificate does not relieve the corporation from liability for taxes, penalties, or interest due the state of Montana, including taxes, penalties, or interest incurred after the date of dissolution. (Repealed effective June 1, 2020--secs. 269, 274, Ch. 271, L. 2019.)

History: En. Sec. 85, Ch. 300, L. 1967; amd. Sec. 2, Ch. 152, L. 1969; amd. Sec. 3, Ch. 391, L. 1973; R.C.M. 1947, 15-2285(part); amd. Sec. 2, Ch. 202, L. 1979; amd. Sec. 152, Ch. 575, L. 1981; amd. Sec. 5, Ch. 445, L. 1985; Sec. 35-1-928, MCA 1989; redes. 35-1-944 by Sec. 221, Ch. 368, L. 1991; amd. Sec. 4, Ch. 69, L. 1999; amd. Sec. 10, Ch. 117, L. 2019.