1. A corporation may restate, or amend and restate, in a single certificate the entire
text of its articles as amended by filing with the Secretary of State a certificate
which must set forth the articles as amended to the date of the certificate. If the certificate alters or amends the articles in any manner, it must comply with
the provisions of NRS 82.346, 82.351 and 82.356, as applicable, and must be accompanied by a form prescribed by the Secretary of
State setting forth which provisions of the articles of incorporation on file with
the Secretary of State are being altered or amended.
2. If the certificate does not alter or amend the articles, it must be signed by an
officer of the corporation and must state that the officer has been authorized to
sign the certificate by resolution of the board of directors adopted on the date stated,
and that the certificate correctly sets forth the text of the articles as amended
to the date of the certificate.
3. The following may be omitted from the restated articles:
(a) The names, addresses, signatures and acknowledgments of the incorporators;
(b) The names and addresses of the members of the past and present board of directors;
(c) The information required pursuant to NRS 77.310.
4. Whenever a corporation is required to file a certified copy of its articles, in
lieu thereof it may file a certified copy of the most recent certificate restating
its articles as amended, subject to the provisions of subsection 2, together with
certified copies of all certificates of amendment filed after the restated articles
and certified copies of all certificates supplementary to the original articles.
5. A certificate filed pursuant to this section is effective at the time of the filing
of the certificate with the Secretary of State or upon a later date and time as specified
in the certificate, which date must not be more than 90 days after the date on which
the certificate is filed. If a certificate filed pursuant to this section specifies a later effective date
but does not specify an effective time, the certificate is effective at 12:01 a.m.
in the Pacific time zone on the specified later date.
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