§ 8561 Exemption from state taxation.
No association organized under this chapter shall be liable for the payment of any state tax upon its right to do business in this State, upon its earnings or income, or any part thereof, upon its capital stock, or upon any scrip, bonds, certificates, or other evidences of indebtedness issued by such corporation, and all stocks, bonds, et cetera, issued by such associations shall be exempt from all state taxation. Associations organized under this chapter shall not be required to file reports relative to taxes required by law of corporations not exempt from the payment of such taxes.
41 Del. Laws, c. 132, § 20; 3 Del. C. 1953, § 8561.;
§ 8562 Foreign associations or corporations.
Associations or corporations organized under the laws of any other state, the purposes of which coincide with the purposes of associations incorporated under this chapter, shall be allowed to carry on any proper activities, operations, and functions in this State, upon compliance with the legal requirements applicable to foreign corporations desiring to do business in this State, with power to make any and all contracts which can be made by any association incorporated under this chapter. Such contracts shall be legal and valid and enforceable in this State with the same force and effect as if the corporation were organized under this chapter. Such associations or corporations shall be entitled to all of the rights, exemptions, remedies and protection available for cooperative agricultural associations formed under the provisions set forth in this chapter, with the same force and effect as if such association or corporation were organized under this chapter. Any such association or corporation shall be treated as organized under this chapter with regard to the prohibition and penalty provisions set forth in this chapter.
41 Del. Laws, c. 132, § 25; 3 Del. C. 1953, § 8562.;