(1) If the department determines that a conversion proceeding has been completed in
accordance with the requirements of 32-2-251 through 32-2-257, it shall issue to the applicant a certificate of conversion. The conversion does not become effective until the issuance of the certificate.
(2) Upon the issuance to the applicant of a certificate of conversion, the corporate
existence of the converting applicant does not terminate but shall be treated as a
continuation of the entity so converted. All property of the converted applicant, of whatever kind, and any benefit pertaining
to it vest in the converted applicant without any further action, to the same extent
as possessed by the converting applicant.
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