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New York Limited Liability Company Law - Article 2 - § 207 Execution of Articles or Certificates

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Limited Liability Company Law
 
    §  207.  Execution  of  articles  or certificates. (a) Each article or
  certificate required by this chapter to be filed with the department  of
  state shall be executed in the following manner:
    (1)  the  initial  articles  of  organization  must  be  signed  by an
  organizer or organizers of the limited liability company;
    (2) a certificate of amendment must be signed by at least one  member,
  manager or authorized person of the limited liability company;
    (3) restated articles of organization or amended and restated articles
  of  organization  must  be  signed  by  at  least one member, manager or
  authorized person of the limited liability company;
    (4) a certificate of correction must be signed by at least one member,
  manager or authorized person of the limited liability company;
    (5) a certificate of cancellation must  be  signed  by  at  least  one
  member,  manager  or authorized person of the limited liability company;
  and
    (6) all other certificates must be signed  by  at  least  one  member,
  manager or authorized person of the limited liability company.
    (b)  Any person may sign any articles or certificate by an attorney in
  fact. Powers of attorney relating  to  the  signing  of  articles  or  a
  certificate by an attorney in fact need not be filed with the department
  of  state  or provided as evidence of authority by the person filing but
  must be retained in the records of the limited liability company.
    (c) Each article or certificate must be signed.
    (d) Each article or certificate must include the name and capacity  of
  each signer.
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