321.0205 Signing and filing pursuant to judicial order.
(a) If a person required by this chapter to sign a record or deliver a record to the secretary of state for filing does not do so, any other person that is aggrieved may petition the district court to order:
(1) the person to sign the record;
(2) deliver the record to the secretary of state for filing; or
(3) the secretary of state to file the record unsigned.
(b) If the person aggrieved under subsection (a) is not the limited partnership or foreign limited partnership to which the record pertains, the aggrieved person shall make the limited partnership or foreign limited partnership a party to the action. A person aggrieved under subsection (a) may seek the remedies provided in subsection (a) in the same action in combination or in the alternative.
(c) A record filed unsigned pursuant to this section is effective without being signed.
HIST: 2004 c 199 art 2 s 23