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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXVI
BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
Chapter 620
PARTNERSHIP LAWS
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F.S. 620.1204
620.1204 Signing of records.
(1) Each record delivered to the Department of State for filing pursuant to this act must be signed in the following manner:
(a) An initial certificate of limited partnership must be signed by all general partners listed in the certificate of limited partnership.
(b) An amendment adding or deleting a statement that the limited partnership is a limited liability limited partnership must be signed by all general partners listed in the certificate of limited partnership.
(c) An amendment designating as general partner a person admitted under s. 620.1801(1)(c) following the dissociation of a limited partnership’s last general partner must be signed by that person.
(d) An amendment required by s. 620.1803(3) following the appointment of a person to wind up the dissolved limited partnership’s activities must be signed by that person.
(e) Any other amendment must be signed by:
1. At least one general partner listed in the certificate of limited partnership.
2. Each other person designated in the amendment as a new general partner.
3. Each person that the amendment indicates has dissociated as a general partner, unless:
a. The person is deceased or a guardian or general conservator has been appointed for the person and the amendment so states; or
b. The person has previously delivered to the Department of State for filing a statement of dissociation.
(f) A restated certificate of limited partnership must be signed by at least one general partner listed in the certificate, and, to the extent the restated certificate of limited partnership effects a change described under any other paragraph of this subsection, the certificate of limited partnership must also be signed in a manner that satisfies that paragraph.
(g) A certificate of dissolution, a statement of termination, and a certificate of revocation of dissolution must be signed by all general partners listed in the certificate of limited partnership or, if the certificate of limited partnership of a dissolved limited partnership lists no general partners, by the person appointed pursuant to s. 620.1803(3) or (4) to wind up the dissolved limited partnership’s activities.
(h) A certificate of conversion must be signed as provided in s. 620.2104(1).
(i) A certificate of merger must be signed as provided in s. 620.2108(1).
(j) Any other record delivered on behalf of a limited partnership to the Department of State for filing must be signed by at least one general partner listed in the certificate of limited partnership.
(k) A statement by a person pursuant to s. 620.1605(2) stating that the person has dissociated as a general partner must be signed by that person.
(l) A statement of withdrawal by a person pursuant to s. 620.1306 must be signed by that person.
(m) A record delivered on behalf of a foreign limited partnership to the Department of State for filing must be signed by at least one general partner of the foreign limited partnership.
(n) Any other record delivered on behalf of any person to the Department of State for filing must be signed by that person.
(2) Any person may sign by an attorney in fact any record to be filed pursuant to this act.
History.s. 17, ch. 2005-267; s. 73, ch. 2006-1.
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