Business corporation means a domestic business corporation incorporated under or subject to chapter 29, title 30, Idaho Code, or a foreign business corporation.
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Business corporation" means any entity, as defined insection 1701.01 of the Revised Code, other than a public benefitcorporation or a mutual benefit corporation, that is organized347348349pursuant to Chapter 1701.
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Business corporation means a corporation whose internal affairs are governed by the Business Corporation Act of 1983 or a similar Act in the jurisdiction of organization. "Conversion" means a transaction authorized by Article 2. "Converted entity" means the converting entity as it continues in existence after a conversion. "Converting entity" means the domestic entity that approves a plan of conversion pursuant to Section 203 or the foreign entity that approves a conversion pursuant to the law of its jurisdiction of organization. "Domestic entity" means an entity whose internal affairs are governed by the law of this State. "Domesticated entity" means the domesticating entity as it continues in existence after a domestication. "Domesticating entity" means the domestic entity that approves a plan of domestication pursuant to Section 303 or the foreign entity that approves a domestication pursuant to the law of its jurisdiction of organization. "Domestication" means a transaction authorized by Article 3. "Entity" means: (1) a business corporation; (2) a medical corporation; (3) a nonprofit corporation; (4) a professional service corporation; (5) a general partnership, including a limited