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My shool district is attempting to modify, reestablish, or resurrect its education foundation.
Question (1) If a California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation
501(c)(3) that according to its bylaws
is to conduct annual meetings and has failed to do so, what happens to its status?
Question (2) With three Board members, if a quarum cannot be established due to the absense of or non availbility of at least 2 Board members, what is the corporate status?
In this case, the Superintendent of the school district is the ex-officio of the board. Accordng to the Artices and By-laws, he/she has the power to apoint all board members and approve all business
. The Supt. is available and (1) wishes to ressurect the corporation
, and (2) withdraw or minimize his/her powers including the power to appoint other Board members.
Question (3): After providing notice to existing Board (if they can be found) Can he/she desolve old board due lack of response, re-appoint a new Board, convene a meeting w/ a quorom, identify wishes of new board, vote, and submit amended Articles and Bylaws to State?