NONPROFIT CORPORATION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 162 of 1982
450.2132 English language; numbers; articles of foreign corporation; signatures; contents of documents.
(1) A document filed with the administrator shall be in the English language, except that the corporate name need not be in the English language if written in English letters or Arabic or Roman numerals, and the articles of incorporation of a foreign corporation need not be in the English language.
(2) A document required or permitted to be filed under this act which is also required by this act to be executed on behalf of the corporation, shall be signed in ink by the chairperson or vice-chairperson of the board or the president or a vice-president. If the corporation is in the hands of a receiver, trustee, or other court appointed officer, the document shall be signed in ink by the fiduciary or the majority of them, if there are more than 1. The name of a person signing the document and the capacity in which the person signs, shall be stated beneath or opposite the signature. The document may, but need not, contain:
(a) The corporate seal.
(b) An attestation by the secretary or an assistant secretary of the corporation.
(c) An acknowledgment or proof.
History: 1982, Act 162, Eff. Jan. 1, 1983
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