Section 10A-2-7.34

Infant not entitled to disaffirm as against corporation without notice of infancy.

An infant holder of stock or other securities of a corporation, having voted or given consent in respect thereto, having transferred or conveyed the stock or securities or having made an election or exercised a right relating to the stock or security, shall have no right thereafter to disaffirm or avoid, as against the corporation, any act on his or her part unless, prior to the receipt, vote or consent, the making of the election or the exercise of the right, the corporation had written notice of the infancy by delivery to it or to its transfer agent of a written notice stating that the holder was an infant.

(Acts 1957, No. 546, p. 766, §2; §10-6-2; amended and renumbered by Act 2009-513, p. 967, §114.)