Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 30
CORPORATIONS
CHAPTER 25
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES
PART 3
RELATIONS OF MEMBERS AND MANAGERS TO PERSONS DEALING WITH LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
30-25-302.  STATEMENT OF AUTHORITY. (a) A limited liability company may deliver to the secretary of state for filing a statement of authority. The statement:
(1)  Must include the name of the company and the information required by section 30-21-404(a), Idaho Code;
(2)  With respect to any position that exists in or with respect to the company, may state the authority, or limitations on the authority, of all persons holding the position to:
(A)  Execute an instrument transferring real property held in the name of the company; or
(B)  Enter into other transactions on behalf of, or otherwise act for or bind, the company; and
(3)  May state the authority, or limitations on the authority, of a specific person to:
(A)  Execute an instrument transferring real property held in the name of the company; or
(B)  Enter into other transactions on behalf of, or otherwise act for or bind, the company.
(b)  To amend or cancel a statement of authority filed by the secretary of state, a limited liability company must deliver to the secretary of state for filing an amendment or cancellation stating:
(1)  The name of the company;
(2)  The information required by section 30-21-404(a), Idaho Code;
(3)  The date the statement being affected became effective; and
(4)  The contents of the amendment or a declaration that the statement is canceled.
(c)  A statement of authority affects only the power of a person to bind a limited liability company to persons that are not members.
(d)  Subject to subsection (c) of this section and section 30-25-103(d), Idaho Code, and except as otherwise provided in subsections (f), (g) and (h) of this section, a limitation on the authority of a person or a position contained in an effective statement of authority is not by itself evidence of any person’s knowledge or notice of the limitation.
(e)  Subject to subsection (c) of this section, a grant of authority not pertaining to transfers of real property and contained in an effective statement of authority is conclusive in favor of a person that gives value in reliance on the grant, except to the extent that when the person gives value:
(1)  The person has knowledge to the contrary;
(2)  The statement has been canceled or restrictively amended under subsection (b) of this section; or
(3)  A limitation on the grant is contained in another statement of authority that became effective after the statement containing the grant became effective.
(f)  Subject to subsection (c) of this section, an effective statement of authority that grants authority to transfer real property held in the name of the limited liability company is conclusive in favor of a person that gives value in reliance on the grant without knowledge to the contrary, except to the extent that when the person gives value:
(1)  The statement has been canceled or restrictively amended under subsection (b) of this section; or
(2)  A limitation on the grant is contained in another statement of authority that became effective after the statement containing the grant became effective.
(g)  Subject to subsection (c) of this section, if an effective statement of authority contains a limitation on the authority to transfer real property held in the name of a limited liability company, all persons are deemed to know of the limitation.
(h)  Subject to subsection (i) of this section, an effective statement of dissolution or termination is a cancellation of any filed statement of authority for the purposes of subsection (f) of this section and is a limitation on authority for the purposes of subsection (g) of this section.
(i)  After a statement of dissolution becomes effective, a limited liability company may deliver to the secretary of state for filing a statement of authority that is designated as a post-dissolution statement of authority. The statement operates as provided in subsections (f) and (g) of this section.
(j)  Unless earlier canceled, an effective statement of authority is canceled by operation of law five (5) years after the date on which the statement, or its most recent amendment, becomes effective.
(k)  An effective statement of denial operates as a restrictive amendment under this section.

History:
[30-25-302, added 2015, ch. 243, sec. 45, p. 878.]


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