2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 179. Uniform limited partnership act.
179.14 Execution of certificates.

179.14

179.14 Execution of certificates.

179.14(1g)

(1g) In this section:

179.14(1g)(a)

(a) "Electronic" has the meaning given in s. 179.16 (1g) (b).

179.14(1g)(b)

(b) "Electronic signature" means an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a writing and executed or adopted by a person with intent to authenticate the writing.

179.14(1g)(c)

(c) "Sign" means to execute or adopt a manual, facsimile, conformed, or electronic signature or any symbol with intent to authenticate a writing.

179.14(1r)

(1r) Each certificate required by this subchapter to be filed with the department shall be executed in the following manner:

179.14(1r)(a)

(a) An original certificate of limited partnership must be signed by all general partners.

179.14(1r)(b)

(b) A certificate of amendment must be signed by at least one general partner and by each other general partner designated in the certificate as a new general partner.

179.14(1r)(c)

(c) A certificate of cancellation must be signed by all general partners or, if there is no general partner, by a majority of the limited partners.

179.14(2)

(2) Any person may sign a certificate by an attorney-in-fact, but a power of attorney to sign a certificate relating to the admission of a general partner must specifically describe the admission.

179.14(3)

(3) The execution of a certificate by a general partner constitutes an affirmation under the penalties of perjury that the facts stated in the certificate are true.

179.14 - ANNOT.

History: 1983 a. 173; 1989 a. 232; 1995 a. 27; 2001 a. 44.

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