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30-29-1202.  SHAREHOLDER APPROVAL OF CERTAIN DISPOSITIONS. (a) A sale, lease, exchange or other disposition of assets, other than a disposition described in section 30-29-1201, Idaho Code, requires approval of the corporation’s shareholders if the disposition would leave the corporation without a significant continuing business activity. A corporation will conclusively be deemed to have retained a significant continuing business activity if it retains a business activity that represented, for the corporation and its subsidiaries on a consolidated basis, at least twenty-five percent (25%) of total assets at the end of the most recently completed fiscal year, and either twenty-five percent (25%) of income from continuing operations before taxes or twenty-five percent (25%) of revenues from continuing operations for the most recently completed fiscal year.
(b)  To obtain the approval of the shareholders under subsection (a) of this section, the board of directors shall first adopt a resolution authorizing the disposition. The disposition shall then be approved by the shareholders. In submitting the disposition to the shareholders for approval, the board of directors shall recommend that the shareholders approve the disposition, unless either the board of directors makes a determination that because of conflicts of interest or other special circumstances it should not make such a recommendation; or section 30-29-826, Idaho Code, applies. In either case, the board shall inform the shareholders of the basis for its so proceeding.
(c)  The board of directors may set conditions for the approval by the shareholders of a disposition or the effectiveness of the disposition.
(d)  If a disposition is required to be approved by the shareholders under subsection (a) of this section, and if the approval is to be given at a meeting, the corporation shall notify each shareholder, regardless of whether entitled to vote, of the meeting of shareholders at which the disposition is to be submitted for approval. The notice must state that the purpose, or one (1) of the purposes, of the meeting is to consider the disposition and must contain a description of the disposition, including the terms and conditions of the disposition and the consideration to be received by the corporation.
(e)  Unless the articles of incorporation or the board of directors, acting pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, require a greater vote or a greater quorum, the approval of a disposition by the shareholders shall require the approval of the shareholders at a meeting at which a quorum exists consisting of a majority of the votes entitled to be cast on the disposition.
(f)  After a disposition has been approved by the shareholders under this part, and at any time before the disposition has been consummated, it may be abandoned by the corporation without action by the shareholders, subject to any contractual rights of other parties to the disposition.
(g)  A disposition of assets in the course of dissolution under part 14 of this chapter is not governed by this section.
(h)  The assets of a direct or indirect consolidated subsidiary shall be deemed to be the assets of the parent corporation for the purposes of this section.

[30-29-1202, added 2015, ch. 243, sec. 67, p. 948; am. 2019, ch. 90, sec. 131, p. 306.]

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