(a) The board of directors may propose dissolution for submission to the stockholders by first adopting a resolution authorizing the dissolution.
(b) For a proposal to dissolve to be adopted, it shall then be approved by the stockholders. In submitting the proposal to dissolve to the stockholders for approval, the board of directors shall recommend that the stockholders approve the dissolution, unless (i) the board of directors determines that because of conflict of interest or other special circumstances it should make no recommendation or (ii) Section 10A-2A-8.26 applies. If either (i) or (ii) applies, the board of directors shall inform the stockholders of the basis for its so proceeding.
(c) The board of directors may set conditions for the approval of the proposal for dissolution by stockholders or the effectiveness of the dissolution.
(d) If the approval of the stockholders is to be given at a meeting, the corporation shall notify each stockholder, regardless of whether entitled to vote, of the meeting of stockholders at which the dissolution is to be submitted for approval. The notice must state that the purpose, or one of the purposes, of the meeting is to consider dissolving the corporation.
(e) Unless the certificate of incorporation or the board of directors acting pursuant to subsection (c) requires a greater vote, a greater quorum, or a vote by voting groups, adoption of the proposal to dissolve shall require the approval of the stockholders at a meeting at which a quorum exists consisting of a majority of the votes entitled to be cast on the proposal to dissolve.
(f) Dissolution of a corporation may also be authorized without action of the directors if all the stockholders entitled to vote thereon shall consent in writing and a certificate of dissolution shall be delivered to the Secretary of State for filing pursuant to Section 10A-2A-14.03.