Nebraska Revised Statute 21-323

Chapter 21 Section 323

21-323.

Domestic corporations; reports and taxes; notice; failure to pay; administrative dissolution; lien; priority.

(1) Prior to January 1 of each even-numbered year, the Secretary of State shall cause to be mailed by first-class mail to the last-named and appointed registered agent at the last-named street address of the registered office of each domestic corporation subject to sections 21-301 to 21-330 a notice stating that on or before March 1 of each even-numbered year occupation taxes are due to be paid and a properly executed and signed biennial report is due to be filed. If such occupation taxes are not paid and the report is not filed by April 15 of each even-numbered year, (a) such taxes and report shall become delinquent, (b) the delinquent corporation shall be administratively dissolved on April 16 of such year for nonpayment of occupation taxes and failure to file the report, and (c) the delinquent occupation tax shall be a lien upon the assets of the corporation subsequent only to state, county, and municipal taxes.

(2) Upon the failure of any domestic corporation to pay its occupation tax and deliver the biennial report within the time limited by sections 21-301 to 21-330, the Secretary of State shall on April 16 of such year administratively dissolve the corporation for nonpayment of taxes and make such entry and showing upon the records of his or her office.

(3)(a) The Secretary of State shall administratively dissolve a corporation by signing a certificate of dissolution that recites the ground or grounds for dissolution and its effective date. The Secretary of State shall file the original of the certificate and serve a copy on the corporation under section 21-236.

(b) A corporation administratively dissolved continues its corporate existence but may not carry on any business, except that business necessary to wind up and liquidate its business and affairs under section 21-2,188 and notify claimants under sections 21-2,189 and 21-2,190.

(c) The administrative dissolution of a corporation shall not terminate the authority of its registered agent.

(4) All delinquent occupation taxes of the corporation shall be a lien upon the assets of the corporation, subsequent only to state, county, and municipal taxes.

(5) No domestic corporation shall be voluntarily dissolved until all occupation taxes and fees due to or assessable by the state have been paid and the biennial report filed by such corporation.

Source

  • Laws 1913, c. 240, § 22, p. 752;
  • R.S.1913, § 782;
  • C.S.1922, § 700;
  • C.S.1929, § 24-1722;
  • Laws 1943, c. 54, § 2, p. 218;
  • R.S.1943, § 21-323;
  • Laws 1957, c. 242, § 10, p. 823;
  • Laws 1967, c. 101, § 12, p. 316;
  • Laws 1969, c. 124, § 9, p. 573;
  • Laws 1971, LB 485, § 1;
  • Laws 1982, LB 928, § 11;
  • Laws 1995, LB 109, § 197;
  • Laws 2002, LB 989, § 5;
  • Laws 2003, LB 524, § 11;
  • Laws 2014, LB749, § 253.

Annotations

  • Under former law, lien of occupation taxes was not cut off by foreclosure of tax sale certificate where state was not made party defendant to suit and perfected lien. Licking v. Hays Lumber Co., 146 Neb. 240, 19 N.W.2d 148 (1945).