1. Any corporation organized and existing under the laws of this State on April 1,
1925, may reincorporate under this chapter, either under the same or a different name,
(a) Filing with the Secretary of State a certificate signed by its president and attested
by its secretary and duly authorized by a meeting of the stockholders called for that
purpose, setting forth the statements required in the original articles of incorporation
by NRS 78.035; and
(b) Surrendering the existing charter or articles of incorporation of the corporation,
and accepting the provisions of this chapter.
2. Upon the filing of the certificate, the corporation shall be deemed to be incorporated
under this chapter and is entitled to and possesses all the privileges, franchises
and powers as if originally incorporated under this chapter. All the properties, rights and privileges theretofore belonging to the corporation,
which were acquired by gift, grant, conveyance, assignment or otherwise, are hereby
ratified, approved and confirmed and assured to the corporation with like effect and
to all intents and purposes as if the same had been originally acquired through incorporation
under this chapter.
3. Any corporation reincorporating under this chapter is subject to all the contracts,
duties and obligations theretofore resting upon the corporation whose charter or articles
of incorporation are thus surrendered or to which the corporation is then in any way
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