Who can execute the assumed name certificate?

The certificate must be executed by an officer, general partner, member, manager or attorney-in-fact. If executed by an attorney-in-fact it must include a statement that the attorney has been authorized in writing by the attorney’s principal to execute the certificate. (Texas Business & Comm. Code 71.104)

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1. Can I submit the forms required to obtain an Assumed Business Name by mailing to the County Clerk’s office?
2. What is the fee to file an Assumed Business Name?
3. What is the fee for a copy of an Assumed Business Name certificate?
4. How do I register an Assumed Business Name?
5. Does an Assumed Name ever expire?
6. Where can I file a Limited Liability Company/Incorporation/LLC?
7. Who can execute the assumed name certificate?
8. Can I view and print the Assumed Business Name forms on the County Clerk’s website?
9. Can a copy of the original notarized Assumed Business Name document be submitted to the County Clerk’s office?
10. If I have partners, does everybody have to file?
11. Can I amend an assumed name certificate to change incorrect information?
12. What if I am no longer using an assumed name for my business?
13. Can I file more than one Assumed Business Name?
14. Is an Assumed Business Name a license?
15. How can I learn more about conducting a business?