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When the articles of incorporation of a foreign corporation authorized to transact business in the state are amended, the foreign corporation shall, within 30 days after the amendment becomes effective, file with the department a copy of the amendment authenticated by the proper officer of the state or country under whose laws it is incorporated. The filing of the amendment does not enlarge or alter the purpose which the corporation may pursue in the transaction of business in the state, nor authorize the corporation to transact business in the state under a name other than the name set out in its certificate of authority.
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