ULPA

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ULPAUltra-Low Particulate Air
ULPAUltra Low Penetration Air (filter)
ULPAUniform Limited Partnership Act
ULPAUltra HEPA
ULPAUnited Lightning Protection Association
ULPAUltra Pure Air
ULPAUltra Light Particle Arrester
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The "control rule" in the Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act was adopted by forty-nine states.
(132) Unfortunately, the Uniform Limited Partnership Act
In contrast, the limited partners serve as mere investors within the organization (Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act [section]302, 2001).
eliminated in the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act and
Under the Uniform Limited Partnership Act, a creditor of a limited partner is only entitled to attach the limited partner's interest in the partnership.
Citing the Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act, its predecessor, and Mississippi law, the court noted that if a limited partner participates in the control of a business beyond the exercise of his or her rights and powers as a limited partner, the partner loses limited liability protection.
Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA) Section 303(a) provides that "a limited partner is not liable for the obligations of a limited partnership unless ...
The new LLC law was one of three separate, uniform acts that were adopted in 2011, the other two being the Utah Uniform Partnership Act and the Utah Uniform Limited Partnership Act. While the new LLC law had been carefully reviewed and edited by local attorneys at the time of its passage, the partnership and limited partnership laws had not.
As noted by the court, the statutory language of [section] 608.433 does not expressly provide that a charging order is the exclusive remedy of a creditor, which is in contrast to the charging order provisions under the Florida Revised Uniform Partnership Act and the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act. Both partnership statutes expressly provide that a charging order is the exclusive remedy by which a judgment creditor of a partner or partner's transferee can satisfy a judgment of the judgment debtor's membership interest in the partnership.
(16) The Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA) takes essentially the same approach, although moving the crucially limited definition of "partnership interest" to the statute's definition section (17) and expressly providing for that interest's assignability.
For instance, the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act
This bill replaces the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (1986) with the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (2005), to incorporate reforms from the model act developed by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) as modified to conform to certain features of pre-existing Florida law.
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