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(1)If during the continuance of a limited partnership any change is made or occurs in—
(a)the firm name,
(b)the general nature of the business,
(c)the principal place of business,
(d)the partners or the name of any partner,
(e)the term or character of the partnership,
(f)the sum contributed by any limited partner,
(g)the liability of any partner by reason of his becoming a limited instead of a general partner or a general instead of a limited partner,
a statement, signed by the firm, specifying the nature of the change, shall within seven days be sent by post or delivered to the registrar at the register office in that part of the United Kingdom in which the partnership is registered.
(2)If default is made in compliance with the requirements of this section each of the general partners shall, on conviction under [F1the ]M1Magistrates’ Courts Act 1952, be liable to a fine not exceeding one pound for each day during which the default continues.
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