1. An applicant for the certificate shall file with the secretary of state a certificate
of status from the filing office in the jurisdiction in which the foreign limited
liability company is organized and an application executed by an authorized person
and setting forth:
a. The name of the foreign limited liability company and, if different, the name under
which it proposes to transact business in this state;
b. The jurisdiction of its organization;
c. With respect to a registered agent:
(1) The name of the commercial registered agent as required by chapter 10-01.1; or
(2) If a noncommercial registered agent, then the name and address in this state of
the noncommercial registered agent;
d. The date, if any, on which the foreign limited liability company expires in the
jurisdiction of its organization;
e. The purpose the foreign limited liability company proposes to pursue in transacting
its business in this state;
f. The names and addresses of the governors and managers of the foreign limited liability
g. Any additional information deemed appropriate by the secretary of state to determine
whether the foreign limited liability company is entitled to a certificate of authority
to transact business in this state.
2. The application must be accompanied by payment of the fees provided in section 10-32.1-92 together with a certificate of good standing or a certificate of existence duly authenticated
by the organizing officer of the state or country where the foreign limited liability
company is organized.
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