81st Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1442, Chapter 84 Page: 6 of 64
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S.B. No. 1442
1 substituted or used instead of the original writing for any purpose
2 for which the original writing could be used, if the reproduction is
3 a complete' reproduction of the entire original writing.
4 (b) Except as otherwise provided by an entity's governing
5 documents, an electronic transmission of a consent by an owner,
6 member, or qgverning person to the taking of an action by the entity
7 is considered a signed writing if the transmission contains or is
8 accompanied by information from which it can be determined:
9 (1) that the electronic transmission was transmitted
10 by the owner, member, or governing person; and
11 (2) the date on which the owner, member, or governing
12 person transmitted the electronic transmission.
13 (c) Unless the consent is otherwise dated, the date
14 specified in Subsection (b)(2) is the date on which the consent is
15 considered signed.
16 SECTION 9. Subchapter A, Chapter 9, Business Organizations
17 Code, is amended by adding Section 9.005 to read as follows:
18 Sec. 9.005. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION REQUIRED IN
19 APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY.
20 (a) This section applies only to a foreign limited liability
21 company governed by a company agreement that establishes or
22 provides for the establishment of a designated series of members,
23 managers, membership interests, or assets that has any of the
24 characteristics described by Subsection (b).
25 (b) A foreign limited liability company must state in its
26 application for registration as a foreign limited liability company
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