Restrictions After a Felony Conviction
Business Organizations Code § 9.151
Foreign Entities: Revocation of Registration by Court Action
Read this statute at http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/BO/htm/BO.9.htm#9.151
Business Trusts Corporate Managers Corporations Foreign Business Entities Limited Liability Companies Limited Partnerships Real Estate Investment Trusts
Vernon's Civil Statutes § 1396-8.15, "Revocation of Certificate of Authority"
Vernon's Ann. Texas Civ. St. Art. 1528n Art. 7.11 Sec. F
The Texas Limited Liability Company Act expired by its own terms Jan. 1, 2010.
Sec. F. When a foreign limited liability company is convicted of a felony, or when a high managerial agent is convicted of a felony committed in the conduct of the affairs of the foreign limited liability company, the Attorney General may file an action to revoke the certificate of authority of the foreign limited liability company to transact business in this State in a district court of the county in which the registered office of the foreign limited liability company in this State is situated or in a district court of Travis County. The court may revoke the foreign limited liability company's certificate of authority if it is established that:
(1) The foreign limited liability company, or a high managerial agent acting in behalf of the foreign limited liability company has engaged in a persistent course of felonious conduct; and
(2) To prevent future felonious conduct of the same character, the public interest requires such revocation.
this restriction was last reviewed by library staff on 30 Mar 2017