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Rule 29. Suit On Claim Against Dissolved Corporation
When no receiver has been appointed for a corporation which has dissolved, suit may be instituted on any claim against said corporation as though the same had not been dissolved, and service of process may be obtained on the president, directors, general manager, trustee, assignee, or other person in charge of the affairs of the corporation at the time it was dissolved, and judgment may be rendered as though the corporation had not been dissolved.
Source: Art. 1391, with minor textual change.
Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.