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Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)Batas Pambansa Bilang 68Republic Act No. 11232Section 1. Title of the Code. – This Code shall SEC. 1. Title of the Code. – This Code shall bebe known as "The Corporation Code of the known as the “Revised Corporation Code of thePhilippines." (n)Philippines”.Section 2. Corporation defined. – Acorporation is an artificial being created byoperation of law, having the right ofsuccession and the powers, attributes andproperties expressly authorized by law orincident to its existence. (2)SEC. 2. Corporation Defined. – A corporation is anartificial being created by operation of law, havingthe right of succession and the powers, attributes,and properties expressly authorized by law orincidental to its existence.Section 3. Classes of corporations. –Corporations formed or organized under thisCode may be stock or non-stockcorporations. Corporations which havecapital stock divided into shares and areauthorized to distribute to the holders of suchshares dividends or allotments of the surplusprofits on the basis of the shares held arestock corporations. All other corporations arenon-stock corporations. (3a)SEC. 3. Classes of Corporations. – Corporationsformed or organized under this Code may be stockor nonstock corporations. Stock corporations arethose which have capital stock divided intoshares and are authorized to distribute to theholders of such shares, dividends, or allotmentsof the surplus profits on the basis of the sharesheld. All other corporations are nonstockcorporations.Section 4. Corporations created by speciallaws or charters. – Corporations created byspecial laws or charters shall be governedprimarily by the provisions of the special lawor charter creating them or applicable tothem, supplemented by the provisions of thisCode, insofar as they are applicable. (n)SEC. 4. Corporations Created by Special Laws orCharters. – Corporations created by special laws orcharters shall be governed primarily by theprovisions of the special law or charter creatingthem or applicable to them, supplemented by theprovisions of this Code, insofar as they areapplicable.Section 5. Corporators and incorporators,stockholders and members. – Corporatorsare those who compose a corporation,whether as stockholders or as members.Incorporators are those stockholders ormembers mentioned in the articles ofincorporation as originally forming andcomposing the corporation and who aresignatories ders and Members. – Corporators arethose who compose a corporation, whether asstockholders or shareholders in a stockcorporation or as members in a nonstockcorporation. Incorporators are those stockholdersor members mentioned in the articles ofincorporation as originally forming and composingthe corporation and who are signatories thereof.Page 1 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)Corporators in a stock corporation are calledstockholders or shareholders. Corporators ina non-stock corporation are called members.(4a)Section 6. Classification of shares. – Theshares of stock of stock corporations may bedivided into classes or series of shares, orboth, any of which classes or series of sharesmay have such rights, privileges orrestrictions as may be stated in the articles ofincorporation: Provided, That no share maybe deprived of voting rights except thoseclassified and issued as "preferred" or"redeemable" shares, unless otherwiseprovided in this Code: Provided, further, Thatthere shall always be a class or series ofshares which have complete voting rights.Any or all of the shares or series of sharesmay have a par value or have no par valueas may be provided for in the articles ofincorporation: Provided, however, Thatbanks,trustcompanies,insurancecompanies, public utilities, and building andloan associations shall not be permitted toissue no-par value shares of stock.Preferred shares of stock issued by anycorporation may be given preference in thedistribution of the assets of the corporation incase of liquidation and in the distribution ofdividends, or such other preferences as maybe stated in the articles of incorporationwhich are not violative of the provisions ofthis Code: Provided, That preferred shares ofstock may be issued only with a stated parvalue. The board of directors, whereauthorized in the articles of incorporation,may fix the terms and conditions of preferredshares of stock or any series thereof:Provided, That such terms and conditionsshall be effective upon the filing of acertificate thereof with the Securities andExchange Commission.SEC. 6. Classification of Shares. – Theclassification of shares, their correspondingrights, privileges, or restrictions, and theirstated par value, if any, must be indicated in thearticles of incorporation. Each share shall beequal in all respects to every other share,except as otherwise provided in the articles ofincorporation and in the certificate of stock.The shares in stock corporations may bedivided into classes or series of shares, or both.No share may be deprived of voting rightsexcept those classified and issued as“preferred” or “redeemable” shares, unlessotherwise provided in this Code: Provided, Thatthere shall always be a class or series of shareswith complete voting rights.Holders of nonvoting shares shall nevertheless beentitled to vote on the following matters:(a)Amendment of the articles of incorporation;(b)Adoption and amendment of bylaws;(c)Sale, lease, exchange, mortgage, pledge, orother disposition of all or substantially all of thecorporate property;(d)Incurring, e or decrease of authorized capital stock;(f)Merger or consolidation of the corporation withanother corporation or other corporations;(g)Investment of corporate funds in anothercorporation or business in accordance with thisCode; andShares of capital stock issued without parvalue shall be deemed fully paid and non- (h)Dissolution of the corporation.assessable and the holder of such sharesshall not be liable to the corporation or to itsPage 2 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)creditors in respect thereto: Provided; Thatshares without par value may not be issuedfor a consideration less than the value of five(P5.00) pesos per share: Provided, further,That the entire consideration received by thecorporation for its no-par value shares shallbe treated as capital and shall not beavailable for distribution as dividends.Except as provided in the immediatelypreceding paragraph, the vote required underthis Code to approve a particular corporate actshall be deemed to refer only to stocks withvoting rights.The shares or series of shares may or may nothave a par value: Provided, That banks, trust,insurance, and preneed companies, publicA corporation may, furthermore, classify its utilities, building and loan associations, andshares for the purpose of insuring other corporations authorized to obtain orcompliance with constitutional or legal access funds from the public, whether publiclyrequirements.listed or not, shall not be permitted to issue nopar value shares of stock.Except as otherwise provided in the articlesof incorporation and stated in the certificate Preferred shares of stock issued by aof stock, each share shall be equal in all corporation may be given preference in therespects to every other share.distribution of dividends and in the distributionof corporate assets in case of liquidation, orWhere the articles of incorporation provide such other preferences: Provided, Thatfor non-voting shares in the cases allowed by preferred shares of stock may be issued onlythis Code, the holders of such shares shall with a stated par value. The board of directors,nevertheless be entitled to vote on the whereauthorizedinthearticlesoffollowing matters:incorporation, may fix the terms and conditionsof preferred shares of stock or any series1. Amendment of the articles of thereof: Provided, further, That such terms andincorporation;conditions shall be effective upon filing of a2. Adoption and amendment of by-laws;certificate thereof with the Securities and3. Sale, lease, exchange, mortgage, pledge Exchange Commission, hereinafter referred toor other disposition of all or substantially all as “Commission”.of the corporate property;4. Incurring, creating or increasing bonded Shares of capital stock issued without par valueindebtedness;shall be deemed fully paid and non-assessable5. Increase or decrease of capital stock;and the holder of such shares shall not be liable6. Merger or consolidation of the corporation to the corporation or to its creditors in respectwithanothercorporationorother thereto: Provided, That no-par value sharescorporations;must be issued for a consideration of at least7. Investment of corporate funds in another Five pesos (P5.00) per share: Provided, further,corporation or business in accordance with That the entire consideration received by thethis Code; andcorporation for its no-par value shares shall be8. Dissolution of the corporation.treated as capital and shall not be available fordistribution as dividends.Except as provided in the immediatelypreceding paragraph, the vote necessary to A corporation may further classify its shares forapprove a particular corporate act as the purpose of ensuring compliance withprovided in this Code shall be deemed to constitutional or legal requirements.refer only to stocks with voting rights. (5a)Page 3 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)Section 7. Founders’ shares. – Founders’shares classified as such in the articles ofincorporation may be given certain rights andprivileges not enjoyed by the owners of otherstocks, provided that where the exclusiveright to vote and be voted for in the electionof directors is granted, it must be for a limitedperiod not to exceed five (5) years subject tothe approval of the Securities and ExchangeCommission. The five-year period shallcommence from the date of the aforesaidapproval by the Securities and ExchangeCommission. (n)SEC. 7. Founders’ Shares. – Founders’ shares maybe given certain rights and privileges not enjoyed bythe owners of other stocks. Where the exclusiveright to vote and be voted for in the election ofdirectors is granted, it must be for a limited periodnot to exceed five (5) years from the date ofincorporation: Provided, That such exclusiveright shall not be allowed if its exercise willviolate Commonwealth Act No. 108, otherwiseknown as the “Anti-Dummy Law”; Republic ActNo. 7042, otherwise known as the “ForeignInvestments Act of 1991”; and other ble shares may be issued by thecorporation when expressly so provided inthe articles of incorporation. They may bepurchased or taken up by the corporationupon the expiration of a fixed period,regardless of the existence of unrestrictedretained earnings in the books of thecorporation, and upon such other terms andconditions as may be stated in the articles ofincorporation, which terms and conditionsmust also be stated in the certificate of stockrepresenting said shares. (n)SEC. 8. Redeemable Shares. – Redeemableshares may be issued by the corporation whenexpressly provided in the articles of incorporation.They are shares which may be purchased by thecorporation from the holders of such shares uponthe expiration of a fixed period, regardless of theexistence of unrestricted retained earnings in thebooks of the corporation, and upon such otherterms and conditions stated in the articles ofincorporation and the certificate of stockrepresenting the shares, subject to rules andregulations issued by the Commission.Section 9. Treasury shares. – Treasuryshares are shares of stock which have beenissued and fully paid for, but subsequentlyreacquired by the issuing corporation bypurchase, redemption, donation or throughsome other lawful means. Such shares mayagain be disposed of for a reasonable pricefixed by the board of directors. (n)SEC. 9. Treasury Shares. – Treasury shares areshares of stock which have been issued and fullypaid for, but subsequently reacquired by the ion, or some other lawful means. Such sharesmay again be disposed of for a reasonable pricefixed by the board of directors.TITLE IITITLE IIINCORPORATION AND ORGANIZATIONOF PRIVATE CORPORATIONSINCORPORATION AND ORGANIZATION OFPRIVATE CORPORATIONSSection 10. Number and qualifications ofincorporators. – Any number of naturalpersons not less than five (5) but not morethan fifteen (15), all of legal age and aSEC. 10. Number and Qualifications ofIncorporators. – Any person, partnership,association or corporation, singly or jointly withothers but not more than fifteen (15) in number,Page 4 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)majority of whom are residents of thePhilippines, may form a private corporationfor any lawful purpose or purposes. Each ofthe incorporators of s stock corporation mustown or be a subscriber to at least one (1)share of the capital stock of the corporation.(6a)may organize a corporation for any lawful purposeor purposes: Provided, That natural persons whoare licensed to practice a profession, andpartnerships or associations organized for thepurpose of practicing a profession, shall not beallowed to organize as a corporation unlessotherwise provided under special laws.Incorporators who are natural persons must beof legal age.Each incorporator of a stock corporation must ownor be a subscriber to at least one (1) share of thecapital stock.A corporation with a single stockholder isconsidered a One Person Corporation asdescribed in Title XIII, Chapter III of this Code.Section 11. Corporate term. – A corporationshall exist for a period not exceeding fifty (50)years from the date of incorporation unlesssooner dissolved or unless said period isextended. The corporate term as originallystated in the articles of incorporation may beextended for periods not exceeding fifty (50)years in any single instance by anamendment of the articles of incorporation, inaccordance with this Code; Provided, Thatno extension can be made earlier than five(5) years prior to the original or subsequentexpiry date(s) unless there are justifiablereasons for an earlier extension as may bedetermined by the Securities and ExchangeCommission. (6)SEC. 11. Corporate Term. – A corporation shallhave perpetual existence unless its articles ofincorporation provides otherwise.Corporations with certificates of incorporationissued prior to the effectivity of this Code, andwhich continue to exist, shall have perpetualexistence, unless the corporation, upon a voteof its stockholders representing a majority of itsoutstanding capital stock, notifies theCommission that it elects to retain its specificcorporate term pursuant to its articles ofincorporation: Provided, That any change in thecorporate term under this section is withoutprejudice to the appraisal right of dissentingstockholders in accordance with the provisionsof this Code.A corporate term for a specific period may beextended or shortened by amending the articlesof incorporation: Provided, That no extensionmay be made earlier than three (3) years prior tothe original or subsequent expiry date(s) unlessthere are justifiable reasons for an earlierextension as may be determined by theCommission: Provided, further, That suchextension of the corporate term shall take effectonly on the day following the original orsubsequent expiry date(s).A corporation whose term has expired may,Page 5 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)apply for a revival of its corporate existence,together with all the rights and privileges underits certificate of incorporation and subject to allof its duties, debts and liabilities existing priorto its revival.Upon approval by theCommission, the corporation shall be deemedrevived and a certificate of revival of corporateexistence shall be issued, giving it perpetualexistence, unless its application for revivalprovides otherwise.No application for revival of certificate ofincorporation of banks, banking and quasibanking institutions, preneed, insurance andtrust companies, non-stock savings and loanassociations(NSSLAs),pawnshops,corporations engaged in money servicebusiness, and other financial intermediariesshall be approved by the Commission unlessaccompanied by a favorable recommendation ofthe appropriate government agency.Section 12. Minimum capital stock requiredof stock corporations. – Stock corporationsincorporated under this Code shall not berequired to have any minimum authorizedcapital stock except as otherwise specificallyprovided for by special law, and subject to theprovisions of the following section.SEC. 12. Minimum Capital Stock Not Required ofStock Corporations. – Stock corporations shallnot be required to have a minimum capitalstock, except as otherwise specifically providedby special law.Section 13. Amount of capital stock to besubscribed and paid for the purposes ofincorporation. – At least twenty-fivepercent (25%) of the authorized capitalstock as stated in the articles ofincorporation must be subscribed at thetime of incorporation, and at least twentyfive (25%) per cent of the totalsubscription must be paid uponsubscription, the balance to be payableon a date or dates fixed in the contract ofsubscription without need of call, or in theabsence of a fixed date or dates, upon callfor payment by the board of directors:Provided, however, That in no case shallthe paid-up capital be less than fiveThousand (P5,000.00) pesos. (n)Page 6 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)Section 14. Contents of the articles ofincorporation. – All corporations organizedunder this code shall file with the Securitiesand Exchange Commission articles ofincorporation in any of the official languagesduly signed and acknowledged by all of theincorporators, containing substantially thefollowing matters, except as otherwiseprescribed by this Code or by special law:SEC. 13. Contents of the Articles of Incorporation.– All corporations shall file with the Commissionarticles of incorporation in any of the officiallanguages, duly signed and acknowledged orauthenticated, in such form and manner as may beallowedbytheCommission,containingsubstantially the following matters, except asotherwise prescribed by this Code or by special law:(a)The name of the corporation;1. The name of the corporation;2. The specific purpose or purposes for whichthe corporation is being incorporated. Wherea corporation has more than one statedpurpose, the articles of incorporation shallstate which is the primary purpose and whichis/are the secondary purpose or purposes:Provided, That a non-stock corporation maynot include a purpose which would change orcontradict its nature as such;3. The place where the principal office of thecorporation is to be located, which must bewithin the Philippines;4. The term for which the corporation is toexist;5. The names, nationalities and residences ofthe incorporators;6. The number of directors or trustees, whichshall not be less than five (5) nor more thanfifteen (15);7. The names, nationalities and residences ofpersons who shall act as directors or trusteesuntil the first regular directors or trustees areduly elected and qualified in accordance withthis Code;8. If it be a stock corporation, the amount ofits authorized capital stock in lawful money ofthe Philippines, the number of shares intowhich it is divided, and in case the share arepar value shares, the par value of each, thenames, nationalities and residences of theoriginal subscribers, and the amountsubscribed and paid by each on hissubscription, and if some or all of the sharesare without par value, such fact must bestated;9. If it be a non-stock corporation, the amount(b)The specific purpose or purposes for which thecorporation is being formed. Where a corporationhas more than one stated purpose, the articles ofincorporation shall indicate the primary purpose andthe secondary purpose or purposes: Provided, Thata non-stock corporation may not include a purposewhich would change or contradict its nature assuch;(c)The place where the principal office of thecorporation is to be located, which must be withinthe Philippines;(d)The term for which the corporation is to exist, ifthe corporation has not elected perpetual existence;(e)The names, nationalities,addresses of the incorporators;andresidence(f)The number of directors, which shall not be morethan fifteen (15) or the number of trustees whichmay be more than fifteen (15);(g)The names, nationalities, and residenceaddresses of persons who shall act as directors ortrustees until the first regular directors or trusteesare duly elected and qualified in accordance withthis Code;(h)If it be a stock corporation, the amount of itsauthorized capital stock, number of shares intowhich it is divided, the par value of each, names,nationalities, and residence addresses of theoriginal subscribers, amount subscribed and paidby each on the subscription, and a statement thatPage 7 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)of its capital, the names, nationalitiesresidences of the contributors andamount contributed by each; and10. Such other matters as areinconsistent with law and whichincorporators may deem necessaryconvenient.and some or all of the shares are without par value, ifthe applicable;not (i)If it be a nonstock corporation, the amount of itsthe capital, the names, nationalities, and residenceand addresses of the contributors, and amountcontributed by each; andTheSecuritiesandExchangeCommission shall not accept the articlesof incorporation of any stock corporationunless accompanied by a swornstatement of the Treasurer elected by thesubscribers showing that at least twentyfive (25%) percent of the authorizedcapital stock of the corporation has beensubscribed, and at least twenty-five (25%)of the total subscription has been fullypaid to him in actual cash and/or inproperty the fair valuation of which isequal to at least twenty-five (25%) percentof the said subscription, such paid-upcapital being not less than five thousand(P5,000.00) pesos.(j)Such other matters consistent with law and whichthe incorporators may deem necessary andconvenient.Section 15. Forms of Articles ofIncorporation. – Unless otherwise prescribedby special law, articles of incorporation of alldomesticcorporationsshallcomplysubstantially with the following form:ARTICLES OF INCORPORATIONOF(Name of Corporation)KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:The undersigned incorporators, all of legalage and a majority of whom are residents ofthe Philippines, have this day voluntarilyagreed to form a (stock) (non-stock)corporation under the laws of the Republicof the Philippines;AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY:FIRST: That the name of said corporationshall be " , INC. orCORPORATION";SEC. 14. Form of Articles of Incorporation. – Unlessotherwise prescribed by special law, the articles ofincorporation of all domestic corporations shallcomply substantially with the following form:SECOND: That the purpose or purposes forwhich such corporation is incorporated are:(If there is more than one purpose, indicateAn arbitration agreement may be provided inthe articles of incorporation pursuant to Section181 of this Code.The articles of incorporation and applicationsfor amendments thereto may be filed with theCommission in the form of an s rules and regulations onelectronic filing.Articles of Incorporationof(Name of Corporation)The undersigned incorporators, all of legalage, have voluntarily agreed to form a (stock) (nonstock) corporation under the laws of the Republic ofthe Philippines and certify the following:First: That the name of said corporation shallbe “ , Inc., Corporation orOPC”;Second: That the purpose or purposes forwhich such corporation is incorporated are:Page 8 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)primary and secondary purposes);(If there is more than one purpose, indicateprimary and secondary purposes);THIRD: That the principal office of thecorporation is located in the City/Municipalityof , Provinceof , Philippines;FOURTH: That the term for which saidcorporation is to exist isyears from and after the date of issuance ofthe certificate of incorporation;Fourth: That the corporation shall haveperpetual existence or a term ofyears from the date ofissuance of the certificate of incorporation;FIFTH: That the names, nationalities andresidences of the incorporators of thecorporation are as follows:NameNationalityResidenceFifth: That the names, nationalities, andresidence addresses of the incorporators ofthe corporation are as meNameSIXTH: That the number of directors ortrustees of the corporation shall be ;and the names, nationalities and residencesof the first directors or trustees of thecorporation are as follows:Third: That the principal office of thecorporation is located in the City/Municipalityof , Province of, Philippines;Sixth: That the number of directors ortrustees of the corporation shall be; and the names,nationalities, and residence addresses of thefirst directors or trustees of the corporationare as follows:NameNationalityResidencePage 9 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)SEVENTH: That the authorized capital stockof the corporation is(P ) PESOS in lawful money ofthe Philippines, divided intoshares with the par value of(P ) Pesos per share.(In case all the share are without par value):That the capital stock of the corporation isshares without par value.(In case some shares have par value andsome are without par value): That the capitalstock of said corporation consists ofshares of whichshares are of the parvalue of(P ) PESOS each, and ofwhich shares arewithout par value.EIGHTH: That at least twenty five (25%)per cent of the authorized capital stockabove stated has been subscribed asfollows:Seventh: That the authorized capital stockof the corporation isPESOS (P ), divided intoshares with the par value ofPESOS (P ) per share.(In case all the shares are without par value):That the capital stock of the corporation isshareswithout par value.(In case some shares have par value andsome are without par value): That the capitalstock of said corporation consists ofshares, ofwhich shareshave a par value ofPESOS (P ) each, and ofwhich sharesare without par value.Eighth: That the number of shares of theauthorized capital stock above stated hasbeen subscribed as follows:Name ofName of Nationality No. ofAmountAmount PaidSharesSubscriberSubscribed SubscribedSubscriberNationalityNo. of Shares AmountSubscribedSubscribedAmount Paid(Modify No. 8 if shares are with no par value. Incase the corporation is nonstock, Nos. 7 and 8of the above articles may be modifiedaccordingly, and it is sufficient if the articlesstate the amount of capital or moneycontributed or donated by specified persons,stating the names, nationalities, and residenceaddresses of the contributors or donors and therespective amount given by each.)Page 10 of 121(Note: Please check the official versions of the Codes; SEC-OCS March 22, 2019)

Corporation Code (1980)Comparative MatrixRevised Corporation Code (2019)NINTH:Thattheabove-namedsubscribers have paid at least twenty-five(25%) percent of the total subscription asfollows:Name ofSubscriberNinth: That hasbeen elected by the subscribers asTreasurer of the Corporation to act as suchuntil after the successor is duly elected andqualified in accordance with the bylaws, thatAmountasSubscribedTotaltoTreasurer, authority has been givenreceive in the name and for the benefit of thePaid-Incorporation, all subscriptions, contributionsor donations paid or given by thesubscribersor members, who certifies the information setforth in the seventh and eighthclausesabove, and that the paid-upportion of thesubscription in cash and/or property for thebenefit and credit of the corporationhasbeendulyreceived.(Modify Nos. 8 and 9 if shares are with no parvalue. In case the corporation is non-stock,Nos. 7, 8 and 9 of the above articles may bemodified accordingly, and it is sufficient if thearticles state the amount of capital or moneycontributed or donated by specified persons,stating the names, nationalities andresidences of the contributors or donors andthe respective amount given by each.)TENTH: That hasbeen elected by the subscribers as Treasurerof the Corporation to act as such until hissuccessor is duly elected and qualified inaccordance with the by-laws, and that assuch Treasurer, he has been authorized toreceive for and in the name and for thebenefit o

Code may be stock or non-stock corporations. Corporations which have capital stock divided into shares and are authorized to distribute to the holders of such shares dividends or allotments of the surplus profits on the basis of the shares held are stock corporations. All other corporations are non-stock corporations. (3a) SEC. 3.

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