New York Not-for-profit Corporation Law
Sec. § 309
Personal Jurisdiction and Service of Process on Non-domiciliary Resident Director, Officer, Key Employee or Agent


* 309. Personal jurisdiction and service of process on non-domiciliary resident director, officer, key employee or agent. A person, by becoming a director, officer, key employee or agent of a corporation is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the supreme court of the state of New York, and in an action or proceeding by the attorney general under this chapter process may be served upon such person as provided in section three hundred thirteen of the civil practice law and rules. * NB Effective until May 27, 2017 * 309. Personal jurisdiction and service of process on non-domiciliary resident director, officer, key person or agent. A person, by becoming a director, officer, key person or agent of a corporation is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the supreme court of the state of New York, and in an action or proceeding by the attorney general under this chapter process may be served upon such person as provided in section three hundred thirteen of the civil practice law and rules. * NB Effective May 27, 2017
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