Evidentiary effect of copy of filed document
(1) A certificate attached to a copy of a document filed by the Secretary of State, bearing the Secretary of State’s signature, which may be in facsimile, is conclusive evidence that the original document, or a facsimile thereof, is on file with the Office of the Secretary of State.
(2) The provisions of ORS 56.110 (Evidentiary effect of certificates and other documents issued by Secretary of State) apply to all documents filed pursuant to ORS 554.005 (Filing requirements) to 554.340 (Judicial determination of legality of proceedings), 554.420 (Amendment of articles, and landowners’ notice, of corporation organized under 1911 Act), 554.440 (Malheur Improvement Company) and 554.510 (Authority to include or exclude lands) to 554.590 (Articles of amendment). [1987 c.94 §143]
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