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A. A person on whose behalf a filed record was delivered to the commission for filing may correct the record if any of the following applies:
1. The record at the time of filing was inaccurate.
2. The record was defectively signed.
3. The electronic transmission of the record to the commission was defective.
B. To correct a filed record, a person on whose behalf the record was delivered to the commission must deliver to the commission for filing a statement of correction.
C. A statement of correction:
1. May not state a delayed effective date.
2. Must be signed by the person correcting the filed record.
3. Must specifically identify the filed record to be corrected or be accompanied by an attached copy of the filed record.
4. Must specify the inaccuracy or defect to be corrected.
5. Must correct the inaccuracy or defect.
D. A statement of correction is effective as of the effective date of the filed record that it corrects except for the purposes of section 29-3103, subsection D and as to persons that relied on the uncorrected filed record and that are adversely affected by the correction. For those purposes and as to those persons, the statement of correction is effective when filed.