(a) If any statement in the application for registration of a foreign entity was false when made or any arrangements or other facts described have changed, making the application inaccurate in any respect, the foreign entity shall file with the Secretary of State an amendment correcting the statement. A foreign filing entity must amend its registration to change its name if the name has changed. If the entity's name as changed is not available in this state or otherwise does not satisfy the requirements of Article 5, the entity, pursuant to the requirements of Section 10A-1-7.07, must adopt a name that complies with Article 5 under which it will transact business in this state.
(b) A foreign filing entity may amend its application for registration by filing an application for amendment of registration as provided by Article 4.
(c) The application for amendment must be filed promptly on the discovery that any statement in the application for registration was false when made, but not later than 60 days after the discovery. The application for amendment must be filed promptly after any arrangements other facts described in the application have changed, making the application inaccurate in any respect, but not later than 90 days after the change.