LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP
30-23-903. ADMINISTRATIVE REVOCATION OF STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATION. (a) The secretary of state may commence a proceeding under subsection (b) of this section to revoke the statement of qualification of a limited liability partnership administratively if the partnership does not:
(1) Deliver an annual report to the secretary of state by the date it is due;
(2) Have a registered agent in this state for sixty (60) consecutive days; or
(3) The secretary of state has credible information that the limited liability partnership has failed to notify the secretary of state within sixty (60) days after the occurrence that its registered agent has been changed or that its registered agent has resigned.
(b) If the secretary of state determines that one (1) or more grounds exist for administratively revoking a statement of qualification, the secretary of state shall serve the partnership pursuant to section 30-21-212, Idaho Code, with notice in a record of the secretary of state’s determination.
(c) If a limited liability partnership, not later than sixty (60) days after service of the notice is effected under subsection (b) of this section, does not cure or demonstrate to the satisfaction of the secretary of state the nonexistence of each ground determined by the secretary of state, the secretary of state shall administratively revoke the statement of qualification by signing a statement of administrative revocation that recites the grounds for revocation and the effective date of the revocation. The secretary of state shall file the statement and serve a copy on the partnership pursuant to section 30-21-212, Idaho Code.
(d) An administrative revocation under subsection (c) of this section affects only a partnership’s status as a limited liability partnership and is not an event causing dissolution of the partnership.
(e) The administrative revocation of a statement of qualification of a limited liability partnership does not terminate the authority of its registered agent.
[30-23-903, added 2015, ch. 243, sec. 31, p. 836.]