A domestic corporation may at any time restate its articles of incorporation by a resolution adopted by the board of directors. A corporation may amend and restate in one resolution, but may not present the amendments and restatement for filing by the secretary in a single record. Separate articles of amendment, under RCW 24.03.165
and articles of restatement, under this section, must be presented notwithstanding the corporation's adoption of a single resolution of amendment and restatement.
Upon the adoption of the resolution, restated articles of incorporation shall be executed by the corporation by one of its officers. The restated articles shall set forth all of the operative provisions of the articles of incorporation together with a statement that the restated articles of incorporation correctly set forth without change the provisions of the articles of incorporation as amended and that the restated articles of incorporation supersede the original articles of incorporation and all amendments thereto.
The restated articles of incorporation shall be delivered to the secretary of state for filing in accordance with Article 2 of chapter 23.95
Upon the filing of the restated articles of incorporation by the secretary of state, the restated articles of incorporation shall become effective and shall supersede the original articles of incorporation and all amendments thereto.
Effective date—Contingent effective date—2015 c 176:
See note following RCW 23.95.100
Captions not law—2002 c 74:
See note following RCW 19.09.020
Intent—Severability—Effective dates—Application—1982 c 35:
See notes following RCW 43.07.160