Form CORP-T11 "Certificate of Correction" - Texas

What Is Form CORP-T11?

This is a legal form that was released by the Texas Department of Banking - a government authority operating within Texas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on May 1, 2014;
  • The latest edition provided by the Texas Department of Banking;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING
A certificate of correction may be used for a Texas state trust company in the same manner as
set forth in the Texas Business Organizations Code (BOC) Sections 4.101-4.105 for a Texas for-
profit corporation and limited liability company. A certificate of correction may be used to
correct an instrument filed with the Texas Department of Banking (the Department) which is an
inaccurate record of the entity action referred to in the instrument, or which contains an
inaccurate or erroneous statement, or which was defectively or erroneously executed, sealed,
acknowledged, or verified. If the entity chooses to make a change in its certificate of formation
it may not use a certificate of correction. Instead the entity must file a certificate of
amendment.
Although the Department has not promulgated forms for a certificate of correction, the
following format is suggested as a guide. Instructions are included in the formats within
brackets “[ ]” and should be removed from the completed documents.
1. Article one of this form asks for the name and location of the home office of the entity.
That name should be the name that appears in the records of the Department. If the error
to be corrected is in the name of the entity, the name typed in article one should be the
current name as it appears on the records of the Department.
2. Article two asks for identification of the document to be corrected. For example, if the
error was contained in the certificate of formation, then article two of this form should
state "certificate of formation." The date on which the document was filed should be listed.
This date is the date stamped on the upper right-hand corner of the acknowledgment copy.
3. Article three should identify the error to be corrected. For example, if the certificate of
formation misspelled the entity name, then article three of this form should state that it is
correcting the misspelling of the entity name which appeared in article one of the certificate
of formation.
4. Article four should include only the corrected portion of the document. For example, if the
error was a misspelling of the entity name which appeared in article one of the certificate of
formation, set forth in article four of this form a reference to the corrected article and its
text as corrected. If the correction is for a filing document that was defectively or
erroneously signed, sealed, acknowledged, or verified, this article need only state that the
corrected document is attached.
Signing. The articles of correction must be signed by an officer or director of the state trust
company. The individual signing should indicate his or her title next to the signature. Prior to
signing, please read the statements on this form carefully.
False Statement. A person commits an offense pursuant to §4.008 of the BOC, as incorporated
into the Texas Finance Code, if the person signs a document the person knows is false in any
material respect with the intent that the document be delivered to the Banking Commissioner
for filing. The offense is a Class A misdemeanor unless done with the intent to defraud or harm
another, in which case it is a state jail felony.
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CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING
A certificate of correction may be used for a Texas state trust company in the same manner as
set forth in the Texas Business Organizations Code (BOC) Sections 4.101-4.105 for a Texas for-
profit corporation and limited liability company. A certificate of correction may be used to
correct an instrument filed with the Texas Department of Banking (the Department) which is an
inaccurate record of the entity action referred to in the instrument, or which contains an
inaccurate or erroneous statement, or which was defectively or erroneously executed, sealed,
acknowledged, or verified. If the entity chooses to make a change in its certificate of formation
it may not use a certificate of correction. Instead the entity must file a certificate of
amendment.
Although the Department has not promulgated forms for a certificate of correction, the
following format is suggested as a guide. Instructions are included in the formats within
brackets “[ ]” and should be removed from the completed documents.
1. Article one of this form asks for the name and location of the home office of the entity.
That name should be the name that appears in the records of the Department. If the error
to be corrected is in the name of the entity, the name typed in article one should be the
current name as it appears on the records of the Department.
2. Article two asks for identification of the document to be corrected. For example, if the
error was contained in the certificate of formation, then article two of this form should
state "certificate of formation." The date on which the document was filed should be listed.
This date is the date stamped on the upper right-hand corner of the acknowledgment copy.
3. Article three should identify the error to be corrected. For example, if the certificate of
formation misspelled the entity name, then article three of this form should state that it is
correcting the misspelling of the entity name which appeared in article one of the certificate
of formation.
4. Article four should include only the corrected portion of the document. For example, if the
error was a misspelling of the entity name which appeared in article one of the certificate of
formation, set forth in article four of this form a reference to the corrected article and its
text as corrected. If the correction is for a filing document that was defectively or
erroneously signed, sealed, acknowledged, or verified, this article need only state that the
corrected document is attached.
Signing. The articles of correction must be signed by an officer or director of the state trust
company. The individual signing should indicate his or her title next to the signature. Prior to
signing, please read the statements on this form carefully.
False Statement. A person commits an offense pursuant to §4.008 of the BOC, as incorporated
into the Texas Finance Code, if the person signs a document the person knows is false in any
material respect with the intent that the document be delivered to the Banking Commissioner
for filing. The offense is a Class A misdemeanor unless done with the intent to defraud or harm
another, in which case it is a state jail felony.
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Filing. Two copies of the certificate of correction should be submitted to the Department for
filing. The delivery address is: Banking Commissioner, Texas Department of Banking, 2601 N.
Lamar Blvd., Austin, Texas 78705-4294. After review and approval, one original document is
filed in the official records of the state trust company and a certified file-stamped copy is
returned for the trust company’s records. There is no filing fee for a certificate of correction.
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Sample Certificate
CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION
This correction is submitted pursuant to Section 182.009 of the Texas Finance Code and
Sections 4.101-4.105 of the Business Organizations Code, to correct a document which is an
inaccurate record of the entity action, contains an inaccurate or erroneous statement, or was
defectively or erroneously executed, sealed, acknowledged, or verified.
ARTICLE ONE
The name of the entity is [insert name of Texas state trust company] and the location of the
home office is [Insert name of city in which the home office of the Texas state trust company is
located], Texas.
ARTICLE TWO
The filed document to be corrected is the [Insert title of document] which was filed with the
Texas Department of Banking on [Insert month and day], [Insert year].
ARTICLE THREE
The inaccuracy, error, or defect to be corrected is: [Insert description of inaccuracy, error, or
defect.]
ARTICLE FOUR
As corrected, the inaccurate, erroneous, or defective portion of the document reads as follows:
[Insert exact wording as corrected.] [OR, if the correction is for a filing instrument that was
erroneously signed, sealed, acknowledged, or verified].
ARTICLE FOUR
A correctly [signed, sealed, acknowledged, or verified] filing document is attached.
The undersigned signs this document subject to the penalties imposed by law for the
submission of a materially false or fraudulent instrument and certifies under penalty of perjury
that the undersigned is authorized under the provisions of law governing the entity to execute
the filing instrument.
By _____________________________
[Signature of authorized corporate officer or Director]
Its _____________________________
An Authorized Corporate Officer or Director
Date ___________________________
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