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99.110 Existing corporation may become redevelopment corporation by amending articles. At any time within twenty (20) years of June 1, 1942, any domestic corporation which is <br>not a redevelopment corporation but which has been incorporated pursuant to the general <br>corporation law, may become a redevelopment corporation by filing an appropriate <br>amendment to its articles of incorporation and obtaining certificate or certificates <br>pursuant to the general corporation law changing the provisions of its articles and charter <br>or certificate of incorporation to eliminate any provisions therein inconsistent with the <br>provisions of KRS 99.010 to 99.310 and adding or substituting the provisions required by <br>KRS 99.100 to 99.130, by changing its name to a name corresponding to the form &quot;.... <br>Redevelopment Corporation,&quot; and making all the other changes necessary to enable it to <br>conform with all of the provisions of KRS 99.010 to 99.310. Any such amended articles <br>of incorporation shall be prepared and filed pursuant to the general corporation law, <br>except that in addition to citing such law in the title of such certificate, the title shall also <br>state that it is being made pursuant to this section. Effective: June 2, 1942 <br>History: Created 1942 Ky. Acts ch. 36, sec. 5.