(5) The administrator may make copies of any documents filed under this act, or any predecessor act, pursuant to the records reproduction act, 1992 PA 116, MCL 24.401 to 24.406, and may destroy the originals of the reproduced documents.
450.2124 Requirements of other acts not modified; compliance; inconsistency between acts. (d) The uniform prudent management of institutional funds act.
(b) To provide a general corporate form for the conduct of lawful nonprofit activities with such variations and modifications from the form as interested parties in any corporation may agree upon, subject only to overriding interests of this state and of third parties. (6) “Bonds” includes secured and unsecured bonds, debentures and notes. (1) “Charitable purpose corporation” means a nonprofit corporation that meets any of the following: (a) Is exempt or qualifies for exemption under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code, 26 USC 501.
This act shall be liberally construed and applied to promote its underlying purposes and policies which include: (a) To simplify, clarify, and modernize the law governing nonprofit corporations. (5) “Board” means the board of directors or trustees or other governing board of a corporation.
(3) The administrator shall return a copy of a document filed under subsection (2), other than an annual report, or, at his or her discretion, the original, to the person who submitted the document for filing.
The administrator shall mark the filing date on the copy or original before returning it or, if the document was submitted by electronic mail or over the internet, may provide proof of the filing date to the person who submitted the document for filing in another manner determined by the administrator.