(2) It shall not be necessary for such surviving company to procure a
new certificate of authority to transact business in this State nor an
amended certificate unless the name of such company be changed thereby or
unless the company desires to transact in this State a kind or kinds of
business other than those which it is then authorized to transact.
(3) Whenever a foreign or alien company authorized to transact business
in this State shall be a party to a statutory merger and such company shall
not be the surviving company, or if such foreign or alien company shall be
a party to a consolidation, then the certificate of authority of such
foreign or alien company shall terminate upon such merger or consolidation,
and the surviving company, if not previously authorized to transact
business in this State, or the new company, in the case of consolidation,
shall be subject to the same requirements for admission to transact
business in this State as any other foreign or alien company.
(Source: Laws 1937, p. 696