2017 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
Chapter 178. Uniform partnership law.
178.1133 Approval of interest exchange; amendment; abandonment.

Universal Citation: WI Stat § 178.1133 (2017)

178.1133 Approval of interest exchange; amendment; abandonment.

(1) Subject to s. 178.1161, a plan of interest exchange must be approved by a vote or consent of all the partners of each domestic partnership that is an acquiring or acquired entity.

(2) Subject to s. 178.1161, after a plan of interest exchange is approved, and at any time before an interest exchange becomes effective, the acquiring and acquired entities may amend the plan of interest exchange or abandon the interest exchange as provided in the plan of interest exchange or, except as otherwise provided in the plan of interest exchange, with the same vote or consent as was required to approve the plan of interest exchange.

(3) If, after articles of interest exchange have been delivered to the department for filing and before the interest exchange becomes effective, the plan of interest exchange is amended in a manner that requires an amendment to the articles of interest exchange or if the interest exchange is abandoned, a statement of amendment or abandonment, signed by either the acquiring entity or the acquired entity, must be delivered to the department for filing before the interest exchange becomes effective. When a statement of abandonment becomes effective, the interest exchange is abandoned and does not become effective. The statement of amendment or abandonment must contain all of the following:

(a) The name of the acquiring and acquired entities.

(b) The date on which the articles of interest exchange were filed by the department.

(c) The amendment to or abandonment of the articles of interest exchange.

(d) A statement that the amendment or abandonment was approved in accordance with this section.

(4) In addition to approval under sub. (1), a plan of interest exchange must be approved by any acquiring or acquired entity that is not a domestic partnership in accordance with any requirements of its governing law.

History: 2015 a. 295.

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