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Maryland Code, Corporations and Associations § 4A-206

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(a) Articles and certificates required by this title to be filed with the Department shall be executed in the following manner:

(1) Articles of organization shall be executed by any individual authorized to do so by the persons forming the limited liability company;  and

(2) Articles of amendment, articles of merger, certificates of correction, articles of dissolution, articles of continuation, articles of conversion, articles of cancellation, and articles of reinstatement shall be executed by an authorized person.

(b)(1) An authorized person may sign any articles or certificates by an attorney in fact.

(2) Powers of attorney relating to the signing of articles or certificates by an attorney in fact need not be sworn to, verified, or acknowledged, and need not be filed with the Department.

(c) Any document required to be certified, acknowledged, or verified under this title shall be so acknowledged, verified, or certified in accordance with the procedure set forth in Title 1, Subtitle 3 of this article.

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