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Tax-exempt corporaitons do not have shareholders.  Do you mean directors? A suspended corporation cannot conduct any business or activities until it is revived.  

There aren't specific forms for the litigation that you must bring.  You will need to use pleading paper.  This is complex and I suggest that you consult with an attorney.

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