(a) Any registrant who is a general partner in a partnership that is or has been regularly transacting business under a fictitious business name may, upon withdrawing as a general partner, file a statement of withdrawal from the partnership operating under a fictitious business name. The statement of withdrawal shall be executed by the registrant filing the statement in the same manner as a fictitious business name statement, excluding the requirements of subdivisions (d) , (e) , and (f) of Section 17913 , and shall be filed with the county clerk of the county where the partnership filed its fictitious business name statement.
(b) The statement shall include:
(1) The fictitious business name of the partnership.
(2) The date on which the fictitious business name statement for the partnership was filed, the file number, and the county where filed.
(3) The street address of its principal place of business in this state or, if it has no place of business in this state, the street address of its principal place of business outside this state, if any.
(4) The full names and residence addresses of the registrant or registrants withdrawing as partners.
(c) The statement of withdrawal from the partnership operating under a fictitious business name shall be published in the same manner as the fictitious business name statement and an affidavit showing the publication of the statement shall be filed with the county clerk after the completion of the publication.
(d) The withdrawal of a general partner does not cause a fictitious business name statement to expire if the withdrawing partner files a statement of withdrawal meeting the requirements of this section.
(e) This section shall become operative on January 1, 2014.
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