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620.1203 Certificate of dissolution; statement of termination.

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620.1203 Certificate of dissolution; statement of termination.(1) A certificate of dissolution shall be filed with the Department of State in accordance with s. 620.1801(2) and set forth: (a) The name of the limited partnership. (b) The date of filing of its initial certificate of limited partnership. (c) The reason for filing the certificate of dissolution. (d) Any other information as determined by the general partners filing the statement or by a person appointed pursuant to s. 620.1803(3) or (4). (2) If there has been substantial compliance with subsection (1), then subject to s. 620.1206(3) the dissolution of the limited partnership shall be effective when the Department of State files the certificate of dissolution. (3) A dissolved limited partnership that has completed winding up may deliver to the Department of State for filing a statement of termination that states: (a) The name of the limited partnership. (b) The date of filing of its initial certificate of limited partnership. (c) The limited partnership has completed winding up its affairs and wishes to file a statement of termination. (d) Any other information as determined by the general partners filing the statement or by a person appointed pursuant to s. 620.1803(3) or (4).History.s. 17, ch. 2005-267.
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  • 620.1203 Certificate of dissolution; statement of termination.

       (1) A certificate of dissolution shall be filed with the Department of State in accordance with s. 620.1801(2) and set forth:

       (a) The name of the limited partnership.

       (b) The date of filing of its initial certificate of limited partnership.

       (c) The reason for filing the certificate of dissolution.

       (d) Any other information as determined by the general partners filing the statement or by a person appointed pursuant to s. 620.1803(3) or (4).

       (2) If there has been substantial compliance with subsection (1), then subject to s. 620.1206(3) the dissolution of the limited partnership shall be effective when the Department of State files the certificate of dissolution.

       (3) A dissolved limited partnership that has completed winding up may deliver to the Department of State for filing a statement of termination that states:

       (a) The name of the limited partnership.

       (b) The date of filing of its initial certificate of limited partnership.

       (c) The limited partnership has completed winding up its affairs and wishes to file a statement of termination.

       (d) Any other information as determined by the general partners filing the statement or by a person appointed pursuant to s. 620.1803(3) or (4).

    History. s. 17, ch. 2005-267.

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