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Indiana Suspends 5 Year Limit on Reinstatements During COVID-19 Emergency Period

Indiana — Emergency Order 20-23, issued April 23, 2020, temporarily suspends the provisions of Sec. 23-0.5-6-3 of the Indiana Code pertaining to the 5 year limitation on the reinstatement of administratively dissolved corporations, limited liability companies, and other domestic filing entities and the requirement for the business entity to submit a certificate of clearance from the Department of Revenue when applying for reinstatement. The order states the suspension is to allow businesses to qualify to seek federal assistance under the Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Loan, and other programs. The suspension is in effect for the duration of the public health emergency unless otherwise specified.

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