47-34A-805 Articles of termination.
Articles of termination.
(a) At any time after dissolution and winding up, a
limited liability company may terminate its existence by filing with the secretary of state articles of
The name of the company;
The date of the dissolution; and
That the company's business has been wound up and the legal existence of the company
has been terminated.
(b) The existence of a limited liability company is terminated upon the filing of the articles of
termination, or upon a later effective date, if specified in the articles of termination.
(c) Delivery may be made by electronic transmission if and to the extent permitted by the Office
of the Secretary of State. If the document is filed in typewritten or printed form and not transmitted
electronically, the Office of the Secretary of State may require one exact or conformed copy to be
delivered with the document.
Source: SL 1998, ch 272, § 805; SL 2012, ch 222, § 12.