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Wyoming Statutes Title 17. Corporations, Partnerships and Associations § 17-29-1012. Domestication of foreign limited liability companies

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Any limited liability company created under the laws of any of the several states of the United States for any purpose except acting as an insurer as defined in W.S. 26-1-102(a)(xvi), or acting as a financial institution may become a domestic limited liability company of this state by delivering or causing to be delivered to the secretary of state articles of domestication.  Upon filing the articles of domestication, the secretary of state shall issue to the foreign limited liability company a certificate of domestication which shall continue the company as if it had been created under this chapter.  The articles of domestication, upon being filed by the secretary of state, constitute the articles of the domesticated foreign limited liability company and it shall thereafter have all the powers and privileges and be subjected to all the duties and limitations granted and imposed upon domestic limited liability companies under the provisions of the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 17. Corporations, Partnerships and Associations § 17-29-1012. Domestication of foreign limited liability companies - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-17-corporations-partnerships-and-associations/wy-st-sect-17-29-1012/


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