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1. If a person required by this chapter to sign a record or deliver a record to the secretary of state for filing does not do so, then any other person that is aggrieved may petition the district court to order:
a. The person to sign the record and deliver the record to the secretary of state for filing; or
b. The secretary of state to file the record unsigned.
2. If the person aggrieved under subsection 1 is not the limited partnership or foreign limited partnership to which the record pertains, then the aggrieved person shall make the limited partnership or foreign limited partnership a party to the action. A person aggrieved under subsection 1 may seek the remedies provided in subsection 1 in the same action in combination or in the alternative.
3. A record filed unsigned pursuant to this section is effective without being signed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 45. Partnerships § 45-10.2-26. Signing and filing pursuant to judicial order - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-45-partnerships/nd-cent-code-sect-45-10-2-26/
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