Corporations subject to other laws
Nothing in the Oregon Securities Law relieves a corporation from making reports required by law to be made to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services or to any other state officer, or from paying the fees to be paid by corporations. The Oregon Securities Law:
(1) Does not repeal any law regulating the organization of corporations in this state or the admission of any foreign corporation.
(2) Is additional to any provisions regulating the organization of a corporation under the laws of this state or the admission of a foreign corporation to do business in this state. [1967 c.537 §32]
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