(a) A domestic or foreign parent entity that owns stock of a corporation which carries at least 90 percent of the voting power of each class and series of the outstanding stock of that subsidiary corporation that has voting power may (i) merge that subsidiary corporation into itself (if it is a corporation, foreign corporation, or eligible entity), (ii) merge that subsidiary corporation into another corporation, foreign corporation, or eligible entity in which the parent entity owns at least 90 percent of the voting power of each class and series of the outstanding stock or eligible interests which have voting power, or (iii) merge itself (if it is a corporation, foreign corporation, or eligible entity) into that subsidiary corporation, in any case without the approval of the board of directors or stockholders of that subsidiary corporation, unless the certificate of incorporation or organizational documents of the parent entity or the certificate of incorporation of that subsidiary corporation otherwise provide. The certificate of incorporation, organizational documents, and the governing statute of the parent entity and the other corporation, foreign corporation, or eligible entity into which the parent entity intends to merge the subsidiary corporation under clause (ii) of this subsection shall determine the necessary consent or approval required for the merger. Section 10A-2A-11.04(i) applies to a merger under this section. The statement of merger relating to a merger under this section does not need to be signed by the subsidiary corporation.
(b) A parent entity shall, within 10 days after the effective date of a merger approved under subsection (a), notify each of the subsidiary corporation's stockholders that the merger has become effective.
(c) Except as provided in subsections (a) and (b), a merger between a parent entity and a subsidiary corporation shall, as to the subsidiary corporation and a parent entity that is a corporation, be governed by the provisions of Article 11 applicable to mergers generally, and as to a parent entity that is not a corporation, be governed by the organizational documents and governing statute of that parent entity.