2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 179. Uniform limited partnership act.
179.105 Transitional provisions.

179.105

179.105 Transitional provisions.

179.105(1)

(1) A limited partnership in existence on April 28, 1990, is not required to amend or restate its certificate of limited partnership to include the information specified in s. 179.11 (1) (dm).

179.105(2)

(2) Any provision of a certificate of limited partnership that is in existence on April 28, 1990, and that conforms with s. 179.31, 1987 stats., s. 179.32 (4) (intro.) or (5) (intro.), 1987 stats., s. 179.42 (1), 1987 stats., s. 179.53, 1987 stats., s. 179.55, 1987 stats., s. 179.64 (1) (a), 1987 stats., or s. 179.71 (1) or (3), 1987 stats., is enforceable on and after April 28, 1990, to the same extent that the provision would be enforceable under s. 179.31, 179.32 (4) (intro.) or (5) (intro.), 179.42 (1m), 179.53, 179.55, 179.64 (1) (a) or 179.71 (1m) or (3) if included in a partnership agreement.

179.105(3)

(3) If the application of s. 179.43, 179.54 or 179.74 to a limited partnership existing on September 1, 1984, would impair any contract provision in existence on September 1, 1984, s. 179.43, 179.54 or 179.74 does not apply to the limited partnership until the expiration of the contract or unless the parties to the contract agree otherwise.

179.105 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 232; 1991 a. 32.

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