Arkansas Code Title 4. Business and Commercial Law § 4-32-203. Articles of organization--Amendment--Restatement

(a) The articles of organization of a limited liability company may be amended by filing articles of amendment with the Secretary of State.  The articles of amendment shall set forth:

(1) The name of the limited liability company;

(2) The date the articles of organization were filed;  and

(3) The amendment to the articles of organization.

(b) The articles of organization may be amended in any respects as may be desired, so long as the articles of organization as amended contain only provisions that may be lawfully contained in articles of organization at the time of making the amendment.

(c) Articles of organization may be restated at any time.  Restated articles of organization shall be filed with the Secretary of State and shall be specifically designated as such in the heading and shall state either in the heading or in an introductory paragraph the limited liability company's present name and, if it has been changed, all of its former names and the date of the filing of its articles of organization.

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