Section 10A-2-7.33

Corporation without notice of infancy may treat infant as having capacity to vote, transfer, etc.

A corporation may treat an infant who holds stock or other securities of the corporation in his or her own name as having capacity to vote or to give consent in person or by proxy in respect thereof, to transfer and to convey the same and to make elections and exercise rights relating to the stock or securities, unless the corporation has notice of the infancy by delivery to it or to its transfer agent of a written notice stating that the holder is an infant.

(Acts 1957, No. 546, p. 766, §1; §10-6-1; amended and renumbered by Act 2009-513, p. 967, §114.)