New York Consolidated Laws, Not-For-Profit Corporation Law - NPC § 520. Reports of corporation

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Each domestic corporation, and each foreign corporation authorized to conduct activities in this state, shall from time to time file such reports on its activities as may be required by the laws of this state.  All registration and reporting requirements pursuant to article seven-A of the executive law, and section 8-1.4 of the estates, powers and trusts law, or related successor provisions, are, without limitation on the foregoing, expressly included as reports required by the laws of this state to be filed within the meaning of this section.  Willful failure of a corporation to file a report as required by law shall constitute a breach of the directors' duty to the corporation and shall subject the corporation, at the suit of the attorney-general, to an action or special proceeding for dissolution under article 11 (Judicial dissolution) in the case of a domestic corporation, or under section 1303 (Violations) in the case of a foreign corporation.

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