Connecticut General Statutes Title 34. Limited Partnerships, Partnerships, Professional Associations, Limited Liability Companies and Statutory Trusts § 34-38o. Foreign limited partnerships. Activities not constituting transacting business in this state
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(a) Any foreign limited partnership may purchase, hold, mortgage, lease, sell and convey real and personal property in this state for its lawful uses and purposes, and may hold such property as it may acquire by foreclosure or otherwise in payment of debts due such limited partnership without such action constituting transacting business in this state for the purposes of this chapter.
(b) Without excluding other activities which may not constitute transacting business in this state, a foreign limited partnership shall not be considered to be transacting business in this state, for purposes of this chapter, by reason of carrying on in this state any one or more of the following activities: (1) Maintaining or defending any action or suit or any administrative or arbitration proceeding, or effecting the settlement thereof or the settlement of claims or disputes, but nothing in this subdivision shall entitle a foreign limited partnership to maintain suit in this state in violation of section 34-38l; (2) holding meetings of its members or carrying on other activities concerning its internal affairs; (3) maintaining bank accounts or borrowing money with or without security, even if such borrowings are repeated and continuous transactions; (4) maintaining offices or agencies for the transfer, exchange and registration of its partnership interests, or appointing and maintaining trustees or depositories with respect to its interests; (5) soliciting or procuring orders, whether by mail or through employees or agents or otherwise, where such orders require acceptance without this state before becoming binding contracts; (6) creating evidences of debt, mortgages or liens on real or personal property; (7) taking security for or collecting debts due it or enforcing any rights in property securing the same; (8) transacting business in interstate commerce; (9) conducting an isolated transaction completed within a period of thirty days and not in the course of a number of repeated transactions of like nature.
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