2021 California Code
Corporations Code - CORP
TITLE 2 - PARTNERSHIPS
CHAPTER 4.5 - Uniform Limited Partnership Act of 2008
ARTICLE 9 - Foreign Limited Partnership
If any statement in the application for registration of a foreign limited partnership was false when made or any statements made have become erroneous, the foreign limited partnership shall promptly deliver to, and on a form prescribed by, the Secretary of State an amendment to the application for registration containing the name of the foreign limited partnership and the Secretary of State’s file number of the foreign limited partnership signed and acknowledged by the general partner amending the statement. If a foreign limited partnership delivers an amendment changing the name of the foreign limited partnership in its jurisdiction of organization, annexed to the amendment to the application for registration shall be a certificate from an authorized public official of the foreign limited partnership’s jurisdiction of organization to the effect that the foreign limited partnership is in good standing and that the change of name was made in accordance with the laws of that jurisdiction, if the laws of that jurisdiction permit the issuance of those certificates, or, in the alternative, a statement by the foreign limited partnership that the laws of its jurisdiction of organization do not permit the issuance of those certificates. Unless the Secretary of State determines that the amendment to the application changing the name or alternate name of a foreign limited partnership does not comply with the filing requirements of this chapter, the Secretary of State, upon payment of all requisite fees, shall file the amended application and shall issue to the foreign limited partnership a new certificate of registration stating the date of filing of the amendment to the application changing the name and that the foreign limited partnership is qualified to transact intrastate business, subject to any licensing requirements otherwise imposed by the laws of this state.
(Amended by Stats. 2014, Ch. 834, Sec. 28. (SB 1041) Effective January 1, 2015.)