Oregon Organization to Conduct Banking Business; Stockholders, Directors and Officers
ORS 707.270
Effect of redemption of shares; statement of cancellation


(1)

When shares of an institution or Oregon stock savings bank are redeemed, the shares shall be restored to the status of authorized but unissued shares, unless the articles of incorporation provide that shares when redeemed shall not be reissued, in which case a statement of cancellation shall be submitted for filing as provided in this section, shall constitute an amendment to the articles of incorporation and shall reduce the number of shares of the class so canceled, which the institution or Oregon stock savings bank is authorized to issue by the number of shares so canceled.

(2)

The statement of cancellation shall be executed in duplicate by the institution or Oregon stock savings bank by an authorized officer and shall set forth:

(a)

The name of the institution or Oregon stock savings bank.

(b)

The number of shares canceled through redemption, itemized by classes and series.

(c)

The number of shares that the institution or Oregon stock savings bank has authority to issue, itemized by classes and series, after giving effect to such cancellation.

(3)

Duplicate originals of such statement shall be submitted to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services for filing. If the director finds that such statement conforms to law, the director shall, when all fees and charges have been paid as prescribed by this chapter:

(a)

Indorse on each duplicate original the word “Filed” and the month, day and year of the filing thereof.

(b)

File one duplicate original in the office of the director.

(c)

Return the other duplicate original to the institution or Oregon stock savings bank or its representative.

(4)

Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to forbid a cancellation of shares or a reduction in the number of authorized shares of any class in any other manner permitted by the Bank Act. [1989 c.324 §34; 1997 c.631 §71]
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