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(a) If the comptroller proposes to forfeit the corporate privileges of a corporation, the comptroller shall notify the corporation that the forfeiture will occur without a judicial proceeding unless the corporation:
(1) files, within the time established by Section 171.251 of this code, the report to which that section refers; or
(2) pays, within the time established by Section 171.251 of this code, the delinquent tax and penalty to which that section refers.
(b) The notice shall be written or printed and shall be verified by the seal of the comptroller's office.
(c) The comptroller shall mail the notice to the corporation at least 45 days before the forfeiture of corporate privileges. The notice shall be addressed to the corporation and mailed to the address named in the corporation's charter as its principal place of business or to another known place of business of the corporation.
(d) The comptroller shall keep at the comptroller's office a record of the date on which the notice is mailed. For the purposes of this chapter, the notice and the record of the mailing date constitute legal and sufficient notice of the forfeiture.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Tax Code - TAX § 171.256. Notice of Forfeiture - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/tax-code/tax-sect-171-256.html
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