(RULLCA 205) (a) A record authorized or required to be delivered to the Secretary
of State for filing under the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act must
be captioned to describe the record's purpose, be in a medium permitted by the Secretary
of State, and be delivered to the Secretary of State. If the filing fees have been paid, unless the Secretary of State determines that
a record does not comply with the filing requirements of the act, the Secretary of
State shall file the record and:
(1) for a statement of denial under section 21-128, send a copy of the filed statement and a receipt for the fees to the person on whose
behalf the statement was delivered for filing and to the limited liability company;
(2) for all other records, send a copy of the filed record and a receipt for the fees
to the person on whose behalf the record was filed.
(b) Upon request and payment of the requisite fee, the Secretary of State shall send
to the requester a certified copy of a requested record.
(1) if the record does not specify either an effective time or a delayed effective
date, on the date and at the time the record is filed as evidenced by the Secretary
of State's endorsement of the date and time on the record;
(2) if the record specifies an effective time but not a delayed effective date, on
the date the record is filed at the time specified in the record;
(3) if the record specifies a delayed effective date but not an effective time, at
12:01 a.m. on the earlier of:
(A) the specified date; or
(B) the ninetieth day after the record is filed; or
(4) if the record specifies an effective time and a delayed effective date, at the
specified time on the earlier of:
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