(1) On the date it is filed, as evidenced by the secretary of state's date endorsement
on the original document; or
(2) At the date specified in the document as its effective date when it is filed.
2. A document may specify a delayed effective date, and if it does so the document
becomes effective at the date specified. A delayed effective date for a document may not be later than the ninetieth day
after the date it is filed.
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