15-31-523. Suspension or forfeiture on delinquency. (1) If a tax computed and levied under this chapter is not paid or if a return is not filed before 5 p.m. on the last day of the 11th month after the date of delinquency, the corporate powers, rights, and privileges of the delinquent taxpayer, if it is a domestic corporation, must be suspended, and if the delinquent taxpayer is a foreign corporation, it forfeits its rights to do intrastate business in this state. If a domestic corporation fails for a period of 5 consecutive years either to file a return or to pay the corporate income tax, the department shall notify the corporation by mail addressed to the latest address on file in its office that the corporation will become dissolved if it fails to file all delinquent reports and pay all delinquent corporate income taxes within a period of 60 days after the mailing of the notice. If the delinquent reports are not made and all delinquent taxes are not paid before the expiration of the 60-day period, the department shall certify this fact to the secretary of state, and upon receipt of the certificate, the corporation must be dissolved and the secretary of state shall indicate, by the secretary of state's records, the dissolution.
(2) The department shall transmit the name of each corporation described in subsection (1) to the secretary of state, who shall immediately record the transmission in a manner that is available to the public. The suspension, forfeiture, or dissolution provided for in this section becomes effective immediately when the record is made, and the certificate of the secretary of state is conclusive evidence of the suspension, forfeiture, or dissolution.