(1) A nonprofit corporation is incorporated, and its corporate existence begins:
(a) when the articles of incorporation are filed by the division; or
(b) if a delayed effective date is specified pursuant to Subsection 16-6a-108(2), on the delayed effective date, unless a certificate of withdrawal is filed prior
to the delayed effective date.
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection 16-6a-110(4), the filing of the articles of incorporation by the division is conclusive proof
that all conditions precedent to incorporation have been satisfied, except in a proceeding
by the state to:
(a) cancel or revoke the incorporation; or
(b) involuntarily dissolve the nonprofit corporation.
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