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Section 1782.14 | Liability for false statement in certificate.


If any certificate of limited partnership, amendment, or cancellation contains a false statement of a material fact, one who suffers loss by reasonable reliance on the statement may recover damages for the loss from all of the following:

(A) Any person who executes the certificate, or causes another to execute it on his behalf, and knew, and any general partner who knew or should have known, that the statement was materially false at the time the certificate was executed;

(B) Any general partner who knows or should have known that the statement had become materially false and who did not cancel or amend the certificate, or file a petition for its cancellation or amendment, within a sufficient time before the certificate was reasonably relied upon by another.

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