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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 15 Pa.C.S.A. Corporations and Unincorporated Associations § 8207. Extraterritorial application of subchapter

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(a) Deleted by 2016, Nov. 21, P.L. 1328, No. 170, § 20, effective in 90 days [Feb. 21, 2017].

(b) Basis for determining liability of partners.--The liability of partners in a domestic limited liability partnership or domestic limited liability limited partnership shall at all times be determined under Chapters 84 (relating to general partnerships) and 86 (relating to limited partnerships) as modified by the provisions of this subchapter.

(c) Conflict of laws.--The personal liability of a partner of a domestic limited liability partnership or domestic limited liability limited partnership to any person or in any action or proceeding for the debts, obligations or other liabilities of the partnership or for the acts or omissions of other partners or representatives of the partnership shall be governed solely and exclusively by the laws of this Commonwealth.  Whenever a conflict arises between the laws of this Commonwealth and the laws of any other state with regard to the liability of partners of a domestic limited liability partnership or domestic limited liability limited partnership for the debts, obligations and other liabilities of the partnership or for the acts or omissions of the other partners or representatives of the partnership, the laws of this Commonwealth shall govern in determining such liability.

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