New York Consolidated Laws, Limited Liability Company Law - LLC § 209. Filing with the department of state

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A signed articles of organization and any signed certificate of amendment or other certificates filed pursuant to this chapter or of any judicial decree of amendment or cancellation shall be delivered to the department of state.  If the instrument that is delivered to the department of state for filing complies as to form with the requirements of law and the filing fee required by any statute of this state in connection therewith has been paid, the instrument shall be filed and indexed by the department of state.  The department of state shall not review such articles or certificates for legal sufficiency;  its review shall be limited to determining that the form has been completed.

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