1. Whenever a record authorized by this chapter to be filed with the secretary of
state has been filed and inaccurately records the action referred to in the record,
contains an inaccurate or erroneous statement, or was defectively or erroneously signed,
sealed, acknowledged, or verified, the record may be corrected by filing a statement
2. A statement of correction:
(1) Be signed by:
(a) The person that signed the original record; or
(b) By a person authorized to sign on behalf of that person;
(2) Set forth the name of the cooperative that filed the record;
(3) Identify the record to be corrected by description and by the date of its filing
with the secretary of state;
(4) Identify the inaccuracy, error, or defect to be corrected; and
(5) Set forth a statement in corrected form of the portion of the record to be corrected.
b. May not revoke or nullify the record.
3. The statement of correction must be filed with the secretary of state.
4. With respect to the effective date of correction:
a. A certificate issued by the secretary of state before a record is corrected, with
respect to the effect of filing the original record, is considered to be applicable
to the record as corrected as of the date the record as corrected is considered to
have been filed under this subsection.
b. After a statement of correction has been filed with the secretary of state, the
original record as corrected is considered to have been filed on the date the original
record was filed as to all other persons and for all other purposes.
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