(a) The incorporators or board of directors of a corporation shall adopt initial bylaws for the corporation.
(b) The bylaws of a corporation may contain any provision that is not inconsistent with law or the certificate of incorporation.
(c) The bylaws may contain one or both of the following provisions:
(1) a requirement that if the corporation solicits proxies or consents with respect to an election of directors, the corporation include in its proxy statement and any form of its proxy or consent, to the extent and subject to any procedures or conditions as are provided in the bylaws, one or more individuals nominated by a stockholder in addition to individuals nominated by the board of directors; and
(2) a requirement that the corporation reimburse the expenses incurred by a stockholder in soliciting proxies or consents in connection with an election of directors, to the extent and subject to any procedures and conditions as are provided in the bylaws, provided that no provision so adopted shall apply to elections for which any record date precedes its adoption.
(d) Notwithstanding Section 10A-2A-10.20(b)(2), the stockholders in amending, repealing, or adopting a provision described in subsection (c) may not limit the authority of the board of directors to amend or repeal any condition or procedure set forth in or to add any procedure or condition to a provision to provide for a reasonable, practical, and orderly process.
(e) The bylaws are part of a binding contract between the corporation and the stockholders, subject to the provisions of this chapter.