Section 10A-4-5.03

Revocation of certificate of authority.

The certificate of authority of a foreign professional corporation may be revoked by the Secretary of State if the corporation fails to comply with any provision of this chapter applicable to it. Each licensing authority in Alabama shall certify to the Secretary of State, from time to time, the names of all foreign professional corporations which have given cause for revocation as provided in this chapter, together with the facts pertinent thereto. Whenever a licensing authority shall certify the name of a foreign professional corporation to the Secretary of State as having given cause for revocation, the licensing authority shall concurrently mail to the corporation at its registered office in Alabama notice that the certification has been made. No certificate of authority of a foreign professional corporation shall be revoked by the Secretary of State unless he or she shall have given the corporation not less than 60 days' notice thereof and the corporation shall fail prior to revocation to correct the noncompliance.

(Acts 1983, No. 83-514, p. 763, §19; §10-4-398; amended and renumbered by Act 2009-513, p. 967, §209.)