Application for authority to transact business
- • effective date of authorization
(1) A foreign limited liability partnership may apply for authority to transact business in this state by delivering an application for authorization to the office of the Secretary of State for filing. The application shall set forth:
(a) The name of the foreign limited liability partnership or, if its name is unavailable for filing in this state, another name that satisfies the requirements of ORS 67.730 (Name of foreign limited liability partnership);
(b) The name of the state or country under whose law it is registered and the date of registration;
(c) The address, including street and number, and mailing address, if different, of its principal office;
(d) A mailing address to which notices as required by this chapter may be mailed;
(e) A brief statement describing the primary business activity of the foreign limited liability partnership; and
(f) The names and addresses of at least two partners of the foreign limited liability partnership.
(2) The foreign limited liability partnership shall deliver with the completed application a certificate of existence, or a document of similar import, current within 60 days of delivery and authenticated by the official having custody of limited liability partnership records in the state or country under whose law it is registered.
(3) The foreign limited liability partnership shall be authorized by the Secretary of State to transact business in this state upon the filing of the application for authorization, or if applicable, upon the delayed effective time and date set forth in the application for authorization in accordance with ORS 67.530 (Effective time and date of document), and the payment of the required fee. The authorization shall remain effective until the authorization is voluntarily withdrawn pursuant to ORS 67.740 (Withdrawal of foreign limited liability partnership) or the authorization is revoked pursuant to ORS 67.755 (Procedure for and effect of revocation). [1997 c.775 §70; 2007 c.186 §11]
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