Changing Non-profit Management PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Phan   
Friday, 11 February 2011 21:59

 

Information on Changing


Non-profit Organization Management

 

 

Questions:

Dear Sir/Madam,

According to your answer in FAQ questions section "How do I change the
management information for a corporation or LLC?" that corporations
and LLCs are required to update their management information each year
on the Public Information Report with the Texas Comptroller of
Public Accounts. Does this requirement apply to non-profit
organizations as well? Is there any time period required by State of
Texas to update the management information such as director's names
and addresses for a non-profit organization besides filing a Periodic
Report Form 802? Is there any legal consequences if the non-profit
organization fails to file or amend the management changes on time?

 

Answer:

 

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Mr. Phan,

 

Thank you for your email. Changing officers and directors is an internal matter that is done internally in accordance with the nonprofit corporation's internal bylaws and the Texas Business Organizations Code. The corporation does not file anything with any office or agency in order to change its officers and directors. The change is accomplished internally.

Once a change is made through the proper internal procedures and actions, there is no legal requirement that the change be immediately reported to our office or to the Texas Comptroller.

If the nonprofit corporation wants to, it can file a voluntary Periodic Report with our office. See Form 802. Upon receipt of such a filing, we will update the public record. Please note that filing a voluntary report does not affect your duty to timely-file a report when the Secretary of State asks you to.

Please note that changing a registered agent or registered office address can only be accomplished by filing a statement of change with our office (Form 401) or a voluntary Periodic Report (Form 802) or an amendment.

If we can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Sincerely,

Nahdiah Hoang

Attorney, Business & Public Filings Division

Office of the Secretary of State

(512) 463-5586

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This correspondence provides general information only. It does not provide legal advice for any particular situation. No attorney-client relationship exists between any employee of the Secretary of State and any recipient of this email. Please consult your private attorney for legal advice.

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