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For your business to receive notice of lawsuits (service of process) and important state papers, your business must appoint a registered agent - also known as statutory agent - in each state where you are doing business. See the latest updates on registered agent services, including state-by-state updates on registered agent requirements.
Learn about the types of businesses that are legally required to have a licensed registered agent, and its importance, including the receiving of official documents, delivery to appropriate individuals, & more.
When operating a corporation, LLC, or LP, the main compliance step you’ll need to address is appointing a registered agent for service of process (SOP).
Hiring a certified registered agent service is essential for staying compliant. Discover the risks individual registered agents can cause for companies.
Wyoming House Bill 22 provides revisions to the requirements for each business entity’s designated communications contact
U.S. Energy Management Inc. v. JRB International L.P., 2017 Tex. App. LEXIS 374 (4/26/2017). The Texas appellate court ruled that a corporation that listed its business address as its registered office, and then failed to update the Secretary of State’s records when the business moved, was not entitled to a bill of review of the default judgment issued against it.