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Tennessee Code Title 39. Criminal Offenses § 39-13-505

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(a) A corporation has delivered written notice or any other report or statement under this chapter, the certificate of incorporation, or the bylaws to all stockholders who share a common address if:

(1) the corporation delivers one copy of the notice, report, or statement to the common address;

(2) the corporation addresses the notice, report, or statement to those stockholders either as a group or to each of those stockholders individually or to the stockholders in a form to which each of those stockholders has consented;  and

(3) each of those stockholders consents to delivery of a single copy of such notice, report, or statement to the stockholders' common address.

(b) Any such consent described in subsection (a)(2) or (a)(3) shall be revocable by any stockholders who deliver written notice of revocation to the corporation. If a written notice of revocation is delivered, the corporation shall begin providing individual notices, reports, or other statements to the revoking stockholder no later than 30 days after delivery of the written notice of revocation.

(c) Any stockholder who fails to object by written notice to the corporation, within 60 days of written notice by the corporation of its intention to deliver single copies of notices, reports, or statements to stockholders who share a common address as permitted by subsection (a), shall be deemed to have consented to receiving such single copy at the common address;  provided that the notice of intention explains that consent may be revoked and the method for revoking.

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