407. The Attorney General or any interested person may ask the court to annul a legal person’s constituting act or impose any other sanction prescribed by law if
(1) the legal person was not constituted in accordance with the law;
(2) juridical personality was obtained unlawfully or by fraud or was granted in ignorance of some essential fact;
(3) the legal person, its founders or their successors or its directors or officers repeatedly act in contravention of the laws governing them, or exercise powers the legal person does not have; or
(4) the legal person does or omits to do something, which act or omission amounts to a waiver of its rights.
The Attorney General or any interested person may also ask the court to annul any instrument amending a legal person’s constituting act and any related certificate if the amending instrument contains unlawful provisions or false or erroneous statements.
To apply for the annulment of letters patent that are either a legal person’s constituting act or an instrument amending a legal person’s constituting act, an interested person must be expressly authorized by the Attorney General.