§ 5310.  Organization meeting.

(a)  General rule.--After the corporate existence begins, an organization meeting of the initial directors or, if directors are not named in the articles, of the incorporators shall be held, within or without this Commonwealth, for the purpose of adopting bylaws, which they shall have authority to do at the meeting; of electing directors, if directors are not named in the articles; and of transacting other business as may come before the meeting. A bylaw adopted at the organization meeting of directors or incorporators shall be deemed to be a bylaw adopted by the members for the purposes of this subpart and any other provision of law.

(b)  Call of and action at meeting.--The meeting may be held at the call of any director or, if directors are not named in the articles, of any incorporator who shall give at least five days' notice of the meeting to each other director or incorporator. The notice shall set forth the time and place of the meeting. For the purposes of this section, any director or incorporator may act in person, by consent or by proxy signed by him or his attorney-in-fact.

(c)  Death or incapacity of directors or incorporators.--If a designated director or an incorporator dies or is for any reason unable to act at the meeting, the other or others may act. If there is no other designated director or incorporator able to act, any person for whom a director or incorporator was acting as agent may act or appoint another to act in his stead.


(July 9, 2013, P.L.476, No.67, eff. 60 days)


Cross References.  Section 5310 is referred to in section 5504 of this title.