The requirement to describe amendments of a certificate of formation was previously a thorn in my side because:
- it is totally unnecessary - why does it matter what the certificate of formation used to say if it has been amended and restated?
- and if one person in a million decided that that absolutely had to know what changes had been made to the certificate of formation couldn't they take that project themselves - every version of the certificate of formation is publicly available?
- and most importantly, the standard for the description was too vague - how detailed of a description of the changes to the certificate is necessary to comply with the Texas Business Organizations Code? So Texas entities and their lawyers had to guess how much time to waste on complying with this silly requirement.
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