Section 11-97-13

Freedom of corporation from supervision and control of state; applicability of certain laws regarding operation of facilities.

(a) This chapter is intended to aid the state through the furtherance of the purposes of the chapter by providing appropriate and independent instrumentalities with full and adequate powers to fulfill their functions. Except as expressly provided in this chapter, no proceeding, notice, or approval shall be required for the incorporation of any corporation or the amendment of its certificate of incorporation, the purchase of any note or other instrument secured by a mortgage, deed of trust, note or other security interest, the issuance of any bonds, the execution of any mortgage and deed of trust or trust indenture, or the exercise of any other of its powers by a corporation. Neither a public hearing nor the consent of the State Department of Finance or any other department, agency, bureau, board, or corporation of the state shall be prerequisite to the issuance of bonds by a corporation.

(b) Each corporation shall, however, be subject to the provisions of the laws of this state respecting the operation of facilities of the corporation, including particularly the provisions of Chapters 23, 25, and 26 of Title 22.

(Acts 1984, No. 84-314, p. 695, §13.)