IDAHO NONPROFIT CORPORATION ACT
DISPOSITION OF ASSETS
30-30-905. Authorized distributions. (1) Corporations may make distributions upon dissolution in conformity with section 30-30-1005 or 30-30-1006, Idaho Code.
(2) The operations of a corporation that is a cooperative corporation shall be so conducted that all members will, through their membership, furnish capital for the corporation as provided in the corporation’s bylaws. No interest or dividends shall be paid or payable by the corporation on any capital furnished by its members. The corporation is obligated to account on a membership basis to all its members for all amounts received and receivable from the furnishing of service and from other sources in excess of operating costs and expenses properly chargeable against the furnishing of service. The corporation is obligated to pay by credits to a capital account for each member all such amounts in excess of operating costs and expenses. The books and records of the corporation shall be set up and kept in such a manner that at the end of each fiscal year the amount of capital, if any, so furnished by each member is clearly reflected and credited in an appropriate record to the capital account of each member. In the event of dissolution or liquidation of the corporation, after all outstanding indebtedness of the corporation shall have been paid, outstanding capital credits shall be retired without priority on a pro rata basis before any payments are made on account of property rights of members. If, at any time prior to dissolution or liquidation, the board shall determine that the financial condition of the corporation will not be impaired thereby, the capital credited to members’ accounts may be retired in full or in part.
[30-30-905, added 2015, ch. 243, sec. 82, p. 1000.]