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The Attorney General may commence a proceeding under Sections 79-4-14.30 through 79-4-14.33, Mississippi Code of 1972, to dissolve a professional corporation if:
(a) The Secretary of State or a licensing authority with jurisdiction over a professional service described in the corporation's articles of incorporation serves written notice on the corporation under Section 79-4-5.04, Mississippi Code of 1972, that it has violated or is violating a provision of this chapter;
(b) The corporation does not correct each alleged violation, or demonstrate to the reasonable satisfaction of the Secretary of State or licensing authority that it did not occur, within sixty (60) days after service of the notice is perfected under Section 79-4-5.04, Mississippi Code of 1972; and
(c) The Secretary of State or licensing authority certifies to the Attorney General a description of the violation, that it notified the corporation of the violation, and that the corporation did not correct it, or demonstrate that it did not occur, within sixty (60) days after perfection of service of the notice.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 79. Corporations, Associations, and Partnerships § 79-10-85. Judicial dissolution - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-79-corporations-associations-and-partnerships/ms-code-sect-79-10-85/
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