Idaho Statutes Title 30. Corporations § 30-21-502. Registration to do business in this state

(a) A foreign filing entity or foreign limited liability partnership may not do business in this state until it registers with the secretary of state under this chapter.

(b) A foreign filing entity or foreign limited liability partnership doing business in this state may not maintain an action or proceeding in this state unless it is registered to do business in this state.

(c) The failure of a foreign filing entity or foreign limited liability partnership to register to do business in this state does not impair the validity of a contract or act of the foreign filing entity or foreign limited liability partnership or preclude it from defending an action or proceeding in this state.

(d) A limitation on the liability of a series of foreign unincorporated entity or an interest holder or governor of a foreign filing entity or of a partner of a foreign limited liability partnership is not waived solely because the foreign unincorporated entity or any series thereof, foreign filing entity or foreign limited liability partnership does business in this state without registering.

(e)  Section 30-21-501(a) and (b), Idaho Code , applies even if a foreign entity fails to register under this chapter.


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