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California Corporations Code 191
191. (a) For the purposes of Chapter 21 (commencing with Section
2100), "transact intrastate business" means entering into repeated
and successive transactions of its business in this state, other than
interstate or foreign commerce.
(b) A foreign corporation shall not be considered to be
transacting intrastate business merely because its subsidiary
transacts intrastate business.
(c) Without excluding other activities which may not constitute
transacting intrastate business, a foreign corporation shall not be
considered to be transacting intrastate business within the meaning
of subdivision (a) solely by reason of carrying on in this state any
one or more of the following activities:
(1) Maintaining or defending any action or suit or any
administrative or arbitration proceeding, or effecting the settlement
thereof or the settlement of claims or disputes.
(2) Holding meetings of its board or shareholders or carrying on
other activities concerning its internal affairs.
(3) Maintaining bank accounts.
(4) Maintaining offices or agencies for the transfer, exchange and
registration of its securities or depositaries with relation to its
(5) Effecting sales through independent contractors.
(6) Soliciting or procuring orders, whether by mail or through
employees or agents or otherwise, where such orders require
acceptance without this state before becoming binding contracts.
(7) Creating evidences of debt or mortgages, liens or security
interests on real or personal property.
(8) Conducting an isolated transaction completed within a period
of 180 days and not in the course of a number of repeated
transactions of like nature.(d) Without excluding other activities which may not constitute
transacting intrastate business, any foreign lending institution,
including, but not limited to: any foreign banking corporation, any
foreign corporation all of the capital stock of which is owned by one
or more foreign banking corporations, any foreign savings and loan
association, any foreign insurance company or any foreign corporation
or association authorized by its charter to invest in loans secured
by real and personal property, whether organized under the laws of
the United States or of any other state, district or territory of the
United States, shall not be considered to be doing, transacting or
engaging in business in this state solely by reason of engaging in
any or all of the following activities either on its own behalf or as
a trustee of a pension plan, employee profit sharing or retirement
plan, testamentary or inter vivos trust, or in any other fiduciary
capacity: (1) The acquisition by purchase, by contract to purchase,
by making of advance commitments to purchase or by assignment of
loans, secured or unsecured, or any interest therein, if such
activities are carried on from outside this state by the lending
institution. (2) The making by an officer or employee of physical
inspections and appraisals of real or personal property securing or
proposed to secure any loan, if the officer or employee making any
physical inspection or appraisal is not a resident of and does not
maintain a place of business for such purpose in this state. (3)
The ownership of any loans and the enforcement of any loans by
trustee's sale, judicial process or deed in lieu of foreclosure or
otherwise. (4) The modification, renewal, extension, transfer or
sale of loans or the acceptance of additional or substitute security
therefor or the full or partial release of the security therefor or
the acceptance of substitute or additional obligors thereon, if the
activities are carried on from outside this state by the lending
institution. (5) The engaging by contractural arrangement of a
corporation, firm or association, qualified to do business in this
state, which is not a subsidiary or parent of the lending institution
and which is not under common management with the lending
institution, to make collections and to service loans in any manner
whatsoever, including the payment of ground rents, taxes,
assessments, insurance and the like and the making, on behalf of the
lending institution, of physical inspections and appraisals of real
or personal property securing any loans or proposed to secure any
loans, and the performance of any such engagement. (6) The
acquisition of title to the real or personal property covered by any
mortgage, deed of trust or other security instrument by trustee's
sale, judicial sale, foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure, or
for the purpose of transferring title to any federal agency or
instumentality as the insurer or guarantor of any loan, and the
retention of title to any real or personal property so acquired
pending the orderly sale or other disposition thereof. (7) The
engaging in activities necessary or appropriate to carry out any of
the foregoing activities. Nothing contained in this subdivision
shall be construed to permit any foreign banking corporation to
maintain an office in this state otherwise than as provided by the
laws of this state or to limit the powers conferred upon any foreign
banking corporation as set forth in the laws of this state or to
permit any foreign lending institution to maintain an office in this
state except as otherwise permitted under the laws of this state.