Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on October 01, 1998 at 00:38:21:
In Reply to: Dan Meador's letter to Paul Andrew Mitchell, 9/29/98 posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on October 01, 1998 at 00:33:00:
Daly et al. v. The National Life Insurance Company
of the United States of America.
"Foreign Corporation" Defined. -- The statutes of this State
define a foreign corporation to be "a corporation created by or
under the laws of any other state, government, or country," or
one "not incorporated or organized in this State".
Same. -- Insurance Company Created by Act of Congress. -- An
insurance company created by an act of Congress is a foreign
corporation subject to the requirements of the statute of this
State approved June 17th, 1852, "respecting foreign corporations
and their agents in this State." 1 R.S. 1876, p. 373.
Same. -- Congress as a Local Legislature. -- Constitutional Law.
-- An act of Congress creating a private corporation is the act
of Congress as the local Legislature of the District of Columbia;
as Congress can not, under the federal constitution, as the
Congress of the United States, create a private corporation.
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