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SECTION 8005
Certificate of amendment or of change; contents
Banking (BNK) CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 15, TITLE 8
§ 8005. Certificate of amendment or of change; contents. 1. To
accomplish any amendment or change, a certificate of amendment, entitled
"Certificate of amendment of the organization certificate of ...........
(name of corporation) under section 8005 of the Banking Law" shall be
signed, verified and filed as provided in section one thousand three. It
shall set forth:

(a) The name of the corporation and, if it has been changed, the name
under which it was formed.

(b) The date its organization certificate was filed by the
superintendent.

(c) Each amendment effected thereby.

(d) If any such amendment provides for a change or elimination of
issued shares, and if the manner in which the same shall be effected is
not set forth in such amendment, then a statement of the manner in which
the same shall be effected.

(e) If any amendment reduces capital stock, then a statement of the
manner in which the same is effected and the amounts from which and to
which capital stock is reduced.

(f) The manner in which the amendment of the organization certificate
was authorized.

2. Any number of amendments or changes may be included in one
certificate under this section. Such certificate may also include any
amendments or changes permitted by other sections and in that case the
certificate shall set forth any additional statement required by any
other section specifying the contents of a certificate to effect such
amendment or change.

3. In the case of a change of shares, the shares resulting from such
change shall, upon the filing of the certificate of amendment under this
section, be deemed substituted for the shares changed, in accordance
with the stated terms of the change.