Montana Title 35. Corporations, Partnerships, and Associations § 35-12-1314. Amendment of certificate of authority--requirements
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(1) A foreign limited partnership may amend its certificate of authority to transact business by delivering to the secretary of state for filing an amendment stating:
(a) the name of the foreign limited partnership;
(b) the date of filing of the foreign limited partnership's initial certificate; and
(c) the changes the amendment makes to the certificate of authority to transact business as most recently amended.
(2) A foreign limited partnership shall promptly deliver to the secretary of state for filing an amendment to a certificate of authority to transact business to reflect:
(a) the admission of a new general partner;
(b) the dissociation of a general partner; or
(c) the revision of any other information at any time for a proper purpose as determined by the foreign limited partnership.
(3) A general partner that knows that any information in an application for registration as a foreign limited partnership was false when filed or that any information in a certificate of authority to transact business has become false due to changed circumstances shall promptly:
(a) cause the certificate to be amended; or
(4) Subject to 35-12-614(3), an amendment is effective when filed by the secretary of state.
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