Title 13-C: MAINE BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT HEADING: PL 2001, C. 640, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. B, §7 (AFF)
Chapter 13: APPRAISAL RIGHTS HEADING: PL 2001, C. 640, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. B, §7 (AFF)
Subchapter 1: APPRAISAL RIGHTS AND PAYMENT FOR SHARES HEADING: PL 2001, C. 640, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. B, §7 (AFF)
§1306. Assertion of appraisal rights
1.Record shareholder assert appraisal rights.
A record shareholder may assert appraisal rights as to fewer than all the shares registered in the record shareholder's
name but owned by a beneficial shareholder only if the record shareholder objects with respect to all shares of the class
or series owned by the beneficial shareholder and notifies the corporation in writing of the name and address of each beneficial
shareholder on whose behalf appraisal rights are being asserted. The rights of a record shareholder who asserts appraisal
rights for only part of the shares held of record in the record shareholder's name under this subsection must be determined
as if the shares as to which the record shareholder objects and the record shareholder's other shares were registered in the
names of different record shareholders.
2001, c. 640, Pt. A, §2 (NEW);
2001, c. 640, Pt. B, §7 (AFF)
2.Beneficial shareholder; appraisal rights.
A beneficial shareholder may assert appraisal rights as to shares of any class or series held on behalf of the shareholder
only if the shareholder:
A. Submits to the corporation the record shareholder's written consent to the assertion of the rights no later than the date
referred to in section 1323, subsection 2, paragraph B, subparagraph (2); and [2005, c. 302, §6 (AMD).]
B. Does so with respect to all shares of the class or series that are beneficially owned by the beneficial shareholder. [2001, c. 640, Pt. A, §2 (NEW); 2001, c. 640, Pt. B, §7 (AFF).]
2005, c. 302, §6 (AMD)
2001, c. 640, §A2 (NEW).
2001, c. 640, §B7 (AFF).
2005, c. 302, §6 (AMD).
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