1. Nonprofit cooperative corporations may be formed by the voluntary association of
any three or more persons in the manner prescribed in NRS 81.010 to 81.160, inclusive. A majority of the persons must be residents of this State, and such a corporation
has and may exercise the powers necessarily incident thereto. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the provisions of chapter 78 of NRS
govern each nonprofit cooperative corporation organized pursuant to NRS 81.010 to 81.160, inclusive. If such a nonprofit cooperative corporation is organized without shares of stock,
the members shall be deemed to be “shareholders” or “stockholders” as these terms
are used in chapter 78 of NRS.
2. If the term for which a nonprofit cooperative corporation was to exist has expired
but the corporation has continued to perform the activities authorized by its original
articles of incorporation or any amendment thereto, revival of its corporate existence
does not require the consent of its members or stockholders. Each required action to accomplish a revival may be taken by a majority of the surviving
directors. The revival is effective as of the date of expiration of the original term.
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