Wisconsin Statutes Corporations (Ch. 180 to 188) § 183.0108. Filing requirements

(1g) In this section:

(a) “Deliver” means deliver by hand, mail, commercial delivery service, electronic transmission, or any other method of delivery used in conventional commercial practice.

(b) “Electronic” means relating to technology having electrical, digital, magnetic, wireless, optical, electromagnetic, or similar capabilities.

(1r) Except as provided in sub. (3), to be filed under s. 183.0110 , a document required or permitted to be filed under this chapter with the department shall satisfy all of the following requirements:

(a) Contain the information required by this chapter.

(b) Be in the English language, except that a limited liability company name need not be in English if it is written in English letters or Arabic or Roman numerals, and the application for registration required of a foreign limited liability company need not be in English if it is accompanied by a reasonably authenticated English translation.

(c) Contain the name of the drafter, if required by s. 182.01(3) .

(d) Be executed in accordance with s. 183.0107 .

(e) Be on the form prescribed by the department if the document is described in s. 183.0109(1) .

(f) Be delivered to the office of the department for filing and be accompanied by one exact or conformed copy and the filing fee required by s. 183.0114 .

(2) The department shall file photocopies or other reproduced copies of typewritten or printed documents if the copies are manually signed and satisfy this section.

(3) The department may waive any of the requirements of subs. (1r) and (2) and of s. 183.0107 if it appears from the face of the document that the document's failure to satisfy the requirement is immaterial.

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