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5. The new section 8A is as follows—
(1) An application for registration must—
(a)specify the firm name, complying with section 8B, under which the limited partnership is to be registered,
(b)contain the details listed in subsection (2),
(c)be signed or otherwise authenticated by or on behalf of each partner, and
(d)be made to the registrar for the part of the United Kingdom in which the principal place of business of the limited partnership is to be situated.
(2) The required details are—
(a)the general nature of the partnership business,
(b)the name of each general partner,
(c)the name of each limited partner,
(d)the amount of the capital contribution of each limited partner (and whether the contribution is paid in cash or in another specified form),
(e)the address of the proposed principal place of business of the limited partnership, and
(f)the term (if any) for which the limited partnership is to be entered into (beginning with the date of registration).”
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