Don't confuse a statutory close corporation with the generic terms "close corporation" or "closely held corporation." The statutory close corporation is created under a supplemental state corporation statute.
The generic term close corporation is often used to refer to any corporation formed under a state's regular corporation statutes where the stock is not traded on an exchange, such as the New York Stock Exchange.
The fact a corporation is called a close corporation does not mean it is a statutory close corporation. Unless the corporation is created in state that allows this option, with the required special language in the articles of organization, it will not be a statutory close corporation.