Felony Restrictions by Code
Below is a listing of the Texas Codes that contain statutory restrictions on convicted felons. Click on a code to view the restrictions we have been able to identify within that code. We do not warrant this to be a complete listing of all restrictions for felons.
Article 1538 Art. 7.01 Sec. F. Texas Business Corporation Act — Involuntary Dissolution
The Texas Business Corporation Act expired by its own terms on January 1, 2010. To view the prior language of this law, visit the Statutes by Date feature on the Texas Constitution and Statutes website. Select a date prior to January 1, 2010.
Expired art. 7.01, relating to involuntary dissolution, expired Jan. 1, 2010.
F. When a corporation is convicted of a felony or when a high managerial agent is convicted of a felony in the conduct of the affairs of the corporation, the Attorney General may file an action to involuntarily dissolve the corporation in a district court of the county in which the registered office of the corporation is situated or in a district court of Travis County. The court may dissolve the corporation involuntarily if it is established that:
(1) The corporation, or a high managerial agent acting in behalf of the corporation, has engaged in a persistent course of felonious conduct; and
(2) To prevent future felonious conduct of the same character, the public interest requires such dissolution.