953. Effect of failure to give public notice

(1) A LLP is not entitled to rely against other persons on the happening of any event to which this section applies unless —
(a) the event has been officially notified at the material time, or
(b) the LLP shows that the person concerned knew of the event at the material time.
(2) The events to which this section applies are —
(a) (as regards service of any document on the LLP) a change of the LLP's registered office,
(b) the making of a winding up order in respect of the LLP, or
(c) the appointment of a liquidator in a voluntary winding up of the LLP.
(3) If the material time falls —
(a) on or before the 15th day after the date of official notification, or
(b) where the 15th day was not a working day, on or before the next day that was,
the LLP is not entitled to rely on the happening of the event as against a person who shows that he was unavoidably prevented from knowing of the event at that time.
(4) "Official notification" means —
(a) in relation to anything started in a document specified in, notification of that document in accordance with section 951, (public notice of receipt by Registrar of certain documents) of the amendment and the amended text of the articles,
(b) in relation to the appointment of a liquidator in a voluntary winding up, notification of that event in accordance with the Insolvency Regulations 2015."