Section 6-6-599

Judgment - Dissolving corporation and excluding same from corporate rights, etc.

If it is adjudged that a corporation against which an action has been commenced under this article has, by neglect, abuse or surrender, forfeited its corporate rights, privileges, and franchises, judgment must be entered that the corporation be excluded from such corporate rights, privileges, and franchises and be dissolved, and judgment for costs must be entered against the persons claiming to be such corporation and the directors or managers thereof, as established by the evidence. Execution shall be issued on such judgment at the expiration of five days from the date thereof, unless the defendant or the persons claiming to be such corporation shall, within such time, take an appeal to the supreme court.

(Code 1852, §2666; Code 1867, §3094; Code 1876, §3434; Code 1886, §3179; Code 1896, §3433; Code 1907, §5466; Code 1923, §9945; Code 1940, T. 7, §1149.)