2018 Florida Statutes
620.1111 Required information.—A limited partnership shall maintain at its designated office the following information:
(1) A current list showing the full name and last known street and mailing address of each partner, separately identifying the general partners, in alphabetical order, and the limited partners, in alphabetical order.
(2) A copy of the initial certificate of limited partnership and all amendments to and restatements of the certificate, together with signed copies of any powers of attorney under which any certificate, amendment, or restatement has been signed.
(3) A copy of any filed certificate of conversion or merger, together with the plan of conversion or plan of merger approved by the partners.
(4) A copy of the limited partnership’s federal, state, and local income tax returns and reports, if any, for the 3 most recent years.
(5) A copy of any partnership agreement made in a record and any amendment made in a record to any partnership agreement.
(6) A copy of any financial statement of the limited partnership for the 3 most recent years.
(7) A copy of the three most recent annual reports delivered by the limited partnership to the Department of State pursuant to s. 620.1210.
(8) A copy of any record made by the limited partnership during the past 3 years of any consent given by or vote taken of any partner pursuant to this act or the partnership agreement.
(9) Unless contained in a partnership agreement made in a record, a record stating:
(a) The amount of cash and a description and statement of the agreed value of the other benefits contributed and agreed to be contributed by each partner.
(b) The times at which, or events on the happening of which, any additional contributions agreed to be made by each partner are to be made.
(c) For any person that is both a general partner and a limited partner, a specification of transferable interest the person owns in each capacity.
(d) Any events upon the happening of which the limited partnership is to be dissolved and its activities wound up.
History.—s. 17, ch. 2005-267.