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178.1009(1)(f) (f) The street address of the applicant foreign entity's registered office in this state and the name of its registered agent at that address.
178.1009(2) (2)When an application for transfer of registration takes effect, the registration of the foreign limited liability partnership to do business in this state is transferred without interruption to the foreign entity into which the partnership has merged or to which it has been converted.
178.1009 History History: 2015 a. 295; 2017 a. 365.
178.10101 178.10101 Grounds for revocation.
178.10101(1)(1)Except as provided in sub. (2), the department may bring a proceeding under s. 178.10102 to revoke the statement of foreign registration of a foreign limited liability partnership authorized to do business in this state if any of the following applies:
178.10101(1)(a) (a) The foreign limited liability partnership fails to file its annual report with the department within 4 months after it is due.
178.10101(1)(b) (b) The foreign limited liability partnership does not pay, within 4 months after they are due, any fees or penalties due the department under this chapter.
178.10101(1)(c) (c) The foreign limited liability partnership is without a registered agent or registered office in this state for at least 6 months.
178.10101(1)(d) (d) The foreign limited liability partnership does not inform the department under s. 178.0909 or 178.0910 that its registered agent or registered office has changed, that its registered agent has resigned, or that its registered office has been discontinued, within 6 months of the change, resignation, or discontinuance.
178.10101(1)(e) (e) The foreign limited liability partnership's statement of foreign registration contains fraudulent or materially false information.
178.10101(1)(f) (f) The department receives a duly authenticated certificate from the secretary of state or other official having custody of partnership records in the jurisdiction of the foreign limited liability partnership's governing law stating that it has been dissolved or disappeared as the result of a merger or other event.
178.10101(1)(g) (g) The foreign limited liability partnership violates s. 940.302 (2) or 948.051 (2).
178.10101(2) (2)If the department receives a certificate under sub. (1) (f) and a statement by the foreign limited liability partnership that the certificate is submitted to terminate its authority to do business in this state, the department shall revoke the foreign limited liability partnership's foreign registration statement under s. 178.10102 (2) (b).
178.10101(3) (3)A court may revoke under s. 946.87 the statement of foreign registration of a foreign limited liability partnership authorized to transact business in this state. The court shall notify the department of the action, and the department shall revoke the foreign limited liability partnership's statement of foreign registration under s. 178.10102.
178.10101 History History: 2015 a. 295.
178.10102 178.10102 Procedure for and effect of revocation.
178.10102(1)(1)If the department determines that one or more grounds exist under s. 178.10101 for revocation of a statement of foreign registration, the department may give the foreign limited liability partnership notice of the determination. The notice shall be in writing and addressed to the registered office of the foreign limited liability partnership.
178.10102(2)(a)(a) Within 60 days after the notice under sub. (1) takes effect under s. 178.0103 (6), the foreign limited liability partnership shall, with respect to each ground for revocation, either correct it or demonstrate to the reasonable satisfaction of the department that it does not exist.
178.10102(2)(b) (b) If the foreign limited liability partnership fails to satisfy par. (a), the department may revoke the foreign limited liability partnership's statement of foreign registration by entering a notation in the department's records to reflect each ground for revocation and the effective date of the revocation. The department shall give the foreign limited liability partnership notice of each ground for revocation and the effective date of the revocation. The notice shall be in writing and addressed to the registered office of the foreign limited liability partnership.
178.10102(2)(c)1.1. The department shall reinstate the statement of foreign registration if the foreign limited liability partnership does all of the following within 6 months after the effective date of the revocation:
178.10102(2)(c)1.a. a. Corrects each ground for revocation.
178.10102(2)(c)1.b. b. Pays any fees or penalties due the department under this chapter or $5,000, whichever is less.
178.10102(2)(c)2. 2. A reinstatement under this paragraph shall relate back to and take effect as of the effective date of the revocation, and the foreign limited liability partnership may resume carrying on its business as if the revocation never occurred.
178.10102(3)(a)(a) If a notice under sub. (1) or (2) (b) is returned to the department as undeliverable, the department shall again give notice to the foreign limited liability partnership. Except as provided under par. (b), the notice shall be in writing and addressed to the principal office of the foreign limited liability partnership.
178.10102(3)(b) (b) If the notice under par. (a) is returned to the department as undeliverable or if the foreign limited liability partnership's principal office cannot be determined from the records of the department, the department shall give notice by posting the notice on the department's Internet site.
178.10102(4) (4)The authority of a foreign limited liability partnership to transact business in this state, other than as provided in s. 178.1005 (1) and (2), ends on the effective date of the revocation of its statement of foreign registration.
178.10102(5) (5)If the department or a court revokes a foreign limited liability partnership's statement of foreign registration, the foreign limited liability partnership may be served under s. 178.0912 (2) or (3) or the foreign limited liability partnership's registered agent may be served until the registered agent's authority is terminated, in any civil, criminal, administrative, or investigatory proceeding based on a cause of action which arose while the foreign limited liability partnership was authorized to do business in this state.
178.10102(6) (6)Revocation of a foreign limited liability partnership's statement of foreign registration does not terminate the authority of its registered agent.
178.10102 History History: 2015 a. 295; 2017 a. 365 s. 111.
178.10103 178.10103 Appeal from revocation.
178.10103(1)(1)A foreign limited liability partnership may appeal the department's revocation of its statement of foreign registration under s. 178.10102 to the circuit court for the county where the foreign limited liability partnership's principal office or, if none in this state, its registered office is located, within 30 days after the notice of revocation takes effect under s. 178.0103 (6). The foreign limited liability partnership shall appeal by petitioning the court to set aside the revocation and attaching to the petition copies of its statement of foreign registration and the department's notice of revocation.
178.10103(2) (2)The court may order the department to reinstate the statement of foreign registration or may take any other action that the court considers appropriate.
178.10103(3) (3)The court's final decision may be appealed as in other civil proceedings.
178.10103 History History: 2015 a. 295.
178.1011 178.1011 Withdrawal of registration of registered foreign limited liability partnership.
178.1011(1)(1)A registered foreign limited liability partnership may withdraw its registration by delivering a statement of withdrawal to the department for filing. The statement of withdrawal must state all of the following:
178.1011(1)(a) (a) The name of the partnership and the jurisdiction of its governing law.
178.1011(1)(b) (b) That the partnership is not doing business in this state and that it withdraws its registration to do business in this state.
178.1011(1)(c) (c) That the partnership revokes the authority of its registered agent to accept service on its behalf and that it consents to service of process under sub. (2) in any civil, criminal, administrative, or investigatory proceeding based on a cause of action arising during the time the partnership was registered to do business in this state.
178.1011(1)(d) (d) The mailing address of its principal office or, if it has no principal office, an address to which service of process may be made under sub. (2), and a commitment to notify the department in the future of any change in such address.
178.1011(2) (2)After the withdrawal of the registration of a foreign limited liability partnership, service of process in any action or proceeding based on a cause of action arising during the time the partnership was registered to do business in this state may be made pursuant to s. 178.0912.
178.1011 History History: 2015 a. 295.
178.1012 178.1012 Action by attorney general. The attorney general may maintain an action to enjoin a foreign limited liability partnership from doing business in this state in violation of this subchapter.
178.1012 History History: 2015 a. 295.
subch. XI of ch. 178 SUBCHAPTER XI
MERGER, INTEREST EXCHANGE,
CONVERSION, AND DOMESTICATION
178.1101 178.1101 Definitions. In this subchapter:
178.1101(1) (1)“Acquired entity" means the entity all of one or more classes or series of interests of which are acquired in an interest exchange.
178.1101(2) (2)“Acquiring entity" means the entity that acquires all of one or more classes or series of interests of the acquired entity in an interest exchange.
178.1101(2m) (2m)“Constituent entity" means a merging entity or a surviving entity in a merger.
178.1101(3) (3)“Conversion" means a transaction authorized by ss. 178.1141 to 178.1145.
178.1101(4) (4)“Converted entity" means the converting entity as it continues in existence after a conversion.
178.1101(5) (5)“Converting entity" means an entity that engages in a conversion.
178.1101(8) (8)“Domesticated entity" means the domesticating entity as it continues in existence after a domestication.
178.1101(9) (9)“Domesticating entity" means either a non-United States entity or a Wisconsin partnership that engages in a domestication.
178.1101(10) (10)“Domestication" means a transaction authorized by ss. 178.1151 to 178.1155.
178.1101(16) (16)“Interest" means any of the following:
178.1101(16)(a) (a) A share in a business corporation.
178.1101(16)(b) (b) A membership in a nonprofit corporation.
178.1101(16)(c) (c) A partnership interest in a general partnership.
178.1101(16)(d) (d) A partnership interest in a limited partnership.
178.1101(16)(e) (e) A membership interest in a limited liability company.
178.1101(16)(f) (f) A membership interest or stock in a general cooperative association.
178.1101(16)(g) (g) A membership interest in a limited cooperative association.
178.1101(16)(h) (h) A membership in an unincorporated nonprofit association.
178.1101(16)(i) (i) A beneficial interest in a statutory trust, business trust, or common-law business trust.
178.1101(16)(j) (j) A comparable interest in any other type of unincorporated entity.
178.1101(17) (17)“Interest exchange" means a transaction authorized by ss. 178.1131 to 178.1135.
178.1101(18) (18)“Interest holder" means any of the following:
178.1101(18)(a) (a) A shareholder of a business corporation.
178.1101(18)(b) (b) A member of a nonprofit corporation.
178.1101(18)(c) (c) A general partner of a general partnership.
178.1101(18)(d) (d) A general partner of a limited partnership.
178.1101(18)(e) (e) A limited partner of a limited partnership.
178.1101(18)(f) (f) A member of a limited liability company.
178.1101(18)(g) (g) A member or stockholder of a general cooperative association.
178.1101(18)(h) (h) A member of a limited cooperative association.
178.1101(18)(i) (i) A member of an unincorporated nonprofit association.
178.1101(18)(j) (j) A beneficiary or beneficial owner of a statutory trust, business trust, or common-law business trust.
178.1101(18)(k) (k) Any other direct holder of an interest.
178.1101(19) (19)“Interest holder liability" means any of the following:
178.1101(19)(a) (a) Personal liability for a debt, obligation, or other liability of an entity which is imposed on a person under any of the following circumstances:
178.1101(19)(a)1. 1. Solely by reason of the status of the person as an interest holder of the entity under its governing law.
178.1101(19)(a)2. 2. Under the organizational documents of the entity in accordance with its governing law which make one or more specified interest holders or categories of interest holders liable in their capacity as interest holders for all or specified liabilities of the entity.
178.1101(19)(b) (b) An obligation of an interest holder of an entity under its organizational documents to contribute to the entity.
178.1101(20) (20)“Merger" means a transaction authorized by ss. 178.1121 to 178.1125.
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