Texas Business Organizations Code - BUS ORG § 10.155. Filing of Certificate of Conversion

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(a) If a certificate of conversion is required to be filed, the certificate of conversion must be filed in accordance with Chapter 4.  If the converted entity is a filing entity, the certificate of formation of the filing entity must also be filed with the certificate of conversion in accordance with Chapter 4.  Except as provided by this section, the certificate must be filed with the secretary of state.

(b) If the converting entity is a domestic real estate investment trust, the certificate of conversion must be filed in accordance with Chapter 4 with the county clerk of the county in which the converting entity's principal place of business in this state is located.

(c) If the converted entity is a domestic real estate investment trust, the certificate of formation of the converted entity must also be filed with the certificate of conversion in accordance with Chapter 4 with the county clerk of the county in which the converted entity's principal place of business in this state is located.

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