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Virginia Code Title 13.1. Corporations § 13.1-339. Merger or consolidation

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Associations shall have the power to merge or consolidate with any other like associations.  Such merger or consolidation shall be effected in accordance with the general provisions of law providing for the merger or consolidation of other corporations insofar as applicable, and where not applicable in a manner analogous to that set forth in said provisions.  In effecting such merger or consolidation, two-thirds of the members voting thereon at any regular meeting, or special meeting called for the purpose, shall take such action as is required of stockholders.  The fair cash value of the stock or membership of any dissenting member shall be taken to mean the amount to which said member would be entitled by way of distribution of assets if said association were dissolved.

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