Articles of Amendment (Connecticut)
These are articles of amendment for a limited liability company in Connecticut. The form provided here is simply a sample of what the actual Form LLC 402 looks like.
ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT
Domestic Limited Liability Company
Office of the Secretary of the State
30 Trinity Street / P.O. Box 150470 / Hartford, CT 06115-0470 / Rev. 12/1999
NAME OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY:
THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY'S ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION ARE (check A., B. or C.):
_____ A. AMENDED
_____ B. AMENDED AND RESTATED
_____ C. RESTATED
TEXT OF EACH AMENDMENT / RESTATEMENT:
(Please reference an 8 1/2 X 11 attachment if additional space is needed)
Dated this_____________day of _____________, 20_____.
Print or type name of signatory
Capacity of signatory
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT THIS FORM
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF AMENDMENT
Domestic Limited Liability Company Form Instructions correspond with numbered entries on the form
1. NAME OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY: Please provide the name of the limited liability company as it currently appears on the records of the Secretary of the State. Note: If the limited liability company is changing its name to a new name, such new name should be set forth in item Number 3 on the form.
2. THE ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION ARE (check A., B., or C.): Please place a check next to the appropriate function. Note: If the Articles of Organization are either Restated or Amended and Restated, each element of the limited liability company's Articles of Organization must be set forth in item number 4 or on a referenced attachment.
3. TEXT OF EACH AMENDMENT / RESTATEMENT: Please provide the full text of each amendment. In the case of Amended and Restated Articles of Organization, provide the text of each amendment followed by a complete restatement of the limited liability company's Articles of Organization. In the case of a Restatement, provide a complete expression of the limited liability company's Articles of Organization. Make reference to any attachments on the form.
4. EXECUTION: The signatory must print or type his or her full legal name and capacity in addition to an original signature. Note that the execution constitutes a statement made under the penalties of false statement that the information provided in the document is true.
ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
Find enclosed the form to be used for amending a limited liability company's articles of organization. THIS FORM MAY BE USED FOR ALL AMENDMENTS, INCLUDING A CHANGE IN THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY'S NAME. It is advisable to reserve a name prior to submitting an amendment for a change of name. Please read the form and instructions carefully. The following definitions of "amended only," "amended and restated," and "restated only" are explained to aid you in completing this form. Please read this information carefully. Remember, this office is required by law to reject all documents that do not fully comply with the Connecticut General Statutes.
A. AMENDED ONLY: Check this block only if Limited Liability Company's Articles of Organization are being amended. Example: The Limited Liability Company's name is being changed.
B. RESTATED ONLY: Check this block only if the provisions of the original Articles of Organization, as supplemented and amended, are merely being restated so that the effective provisions of the Articles of Organization are integrated into one document. There cannot be any discrepancy between the above mentioned provisions and the provisions being restated.
C. AMENDED AND RESTATED: Check this block only if Articles of Organization are being amended and every article of the original Articles of Organization, as supplemented and amended, are integrated into one document.
NOTE: ALL FORMS MUST BE SIGNED AND DATED. SUBMIT ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS ONLY. Because these documents must be preserved as permanent records, all documents submitted must be of good quality, rag content paper (Conn. Gen. Stat. Section 1-9).
Filing Fee: $60.
Any questions concerning the completion of this form or the applicable statutory or case law must be directed to your own legal counsel. This office cannot render advice in connection with these matters.
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE