§ 13.1-944.6. Effect of entity conversion.
A. When an entity conversion under this article becomes effective, with respect to that entity:
1. The title to all real estate and other property remains in the resulting entity without reversion or impairment;
2. The liabilities remain the liabilities of the resulting entity;
3. A pending proceeding may be continued by or against the resulting entity as if the conversion did not occur;
4. The articles of organization attached to the articles of entity conversion constitute the articles of organization of the resulting entity;
5. The membership interests, if any, of the corporation are reclassified into LLC membership interests in accordance with the plan of entity conversion, and the members of the corporation are entitled only to the rights provided in the plan of entity conversion;
6. The resulting entity is deemed to:
a. Be a limited liability company for all purposes;
b. Be the same entity without interruption as the converting entity that existed prior to the conversion; and
c. Have been organized on the date that the converting entity was originally incorporated; and
7. The corporation shall cease to be a corporation when the certificate of entity conversion becomes effective.
B. Any member of a corporation that converts to a limited liability company who, prior to the conversion, was liable for the liabilities or obligations of the limited liability company is not released from those liabilities or obligations by reason of the entity conversion.
2012, c. 706; 2015, c. 623.