New York Consolidated Laws, Executive Law - EXC § 97. Completing unfinished papers

The secretary of state shall have power to complete and sign and certify in his own name, adding to his signature the date of so doing, all records of incorporation papers and other papers left incomplete or unsigned by any of his predecessors, with the same force and effect as though said records had been duly signed by such predecessors.

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