A. A person may apply to the commission to furnish a certificate of good standing for a domestic or foreign corporation.
B. The certificate of good standing sets forth all of the following:
1. The domestic corporation’s corporate name or the foreign corporation’s corporate name used in this state.
2. That either:
(a) The domestic corporation is incorporated under the law of this state and the date of its incorporation.
(b) The foreign corporation is authorized to transact business in this state.
3. That all affidavits and annual reports required before the date of the certificate have been filed with the commission.
4. That all annual filing fees due before the date of the certificate have been paid.
5. That according to the records of the commission, the corporation is in good standing in this state.
C. Subject to any qualification stated in the certificate, a certificate of good standing issued by the commission may be relied on as conclusive evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.