A. Except as provided in section 29-634, subsection D, a limited liability company is formed when the articles of organization are delivered to the commission for filing, even if the commission is unable to make the determination required for filing by section 29-634, subsection A at the time of delivery. If the articles of organization, as delivered to the commission, do not conform to the filing provisions of this chapter and are not brought into conformance within the time period prescribed by section 29-634, subsection C, paragraph 2, the existence of the limited liability company terminates at the end of the time period.
B. A copy of the articles of organization that is filed with the commission and that is stamped “filed” and marked with the filing date is conclusive evidence that all conditions precedent required to be performed by the organizers have been complied with and that the limited liability company has been legally organized and formed under this chapter. A limited liability company continues perpetually unless otherwise provided in its articles of organization or operating agreement or until the limited liability company is dissolved and terminated in accordance with this chapter.
C. Within sixty days after the commission approves the filing, either of the following must occur:
1. There there shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the county of the known place of business, for three consecutive publications, a notice of the filing of such articles of organization consisting of the information required in section 29-632, subsection A, paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6. An affidavit evidencing publication may be filed with the commission.
2. The commission shall input the information regarding the approval into the database as prescribed by section 10-130.
Caution: The above language was taken from Arizona’s statutes on November 12, 2016. Check the Arizona legislature’s website to determine if this statute changed after November 12, 2016.