(g) the names and usual business addresses of its current directors and officers;
(h) the date it commenced or expects to commence conducting affairs in this state;
(i) the additional information the division determines is necessary or appropriate
to determine whether the application for authority to conduct affairs should be filed.
(2) With the completed application required by Subsection (1) the foreign nonprofit
corporation shall deliver to the division for a certificate of existence, or a document
of similar import that is:
(a) authenticated by the division or other official having custody of corporate records
in the state or country under whose law it is incorporated; and
(b) dated within 90 days before the day on which the application for authority to
conduct affairs is filed.
(3) The foreign nonprofit corporation shall include in the application for authority
to conduct affairs, or in an accompanying document, written consent to appointment
by its designated registered agent.
(4)(a) The division may permit a tribal nonprofit corporation to apply for authority
to conduct affairs in this state in the same manner as a nonprofit corporation incorporated
in another state.
(b) If a tribal nonprofit corporation elects to apply for authority to conduct affairs
in this state, for purposes of this chapter, the tribal nonprofit corporation shall
be treated in the same manner as a foreign nonprofit corporation incorporated under
the laws of another state.
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