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Contact the Department of State or Secretary of State's office where your business filed its articles of incorporation. In many instances, the Secretary of State's office allows businesses to request a copy of their articles of incorporation by phone, or in person.
A certified copy of your Articles of Organization or Articles of Incorporation can be ordered by fax, mail, email or in person, but we recommend faxing. Normal processing takes up to 5 business days, plus additional time for mailing, and costs $55 for certification.
To purchase a copy of a corporation's Articles of Incorporation, please visit the Illinois Secretary of State Department of Business Services website — http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/business_services/home.html or contact them at (217) 524-8008.
Obtaining a copy of a company's Articles of Incorporation is a relatively simple process. In most states, a certified copy can be requested by visiting the office of the Secretary of State in person or by phone, mail, or the state's online system.
The certified copy of your Articles of Incorporation will be mailed, by regular mail, unless you request otherwise and provide a readdressed, prepaid envelope or air bill. Fax or email return services are not available. You can also call the Secretary of State's office at 916-657-5448 for more information.
Obtaining a copy of a company's Articles of Incorporation is a relatively simple process. In most states, a certified copy can be requested by visiting the office of the Secretary of State in person or by phone, mail, or the state's online system. This portion of the site is for informational purposes only.
* Although the California Articles of Organization do not list the members of the LLC in the Articles, California requires the LLC to file a Statement of Information within 90 days of the approval of the LLC. The Statement of Information does require a list of the LLC's members, and it does become public record.
You file articles of incorporation with your state's business filing agency. You must pay a filing fee when you submit your paperwork. Once the corporation has been approved, you will receive a certificate of formation from the state. Most states also require corporations to have corporate bylaws.
To purchase a copy of a corporation's Articles of Incorporation, please visit the Illinois Secretary of State Department of Business Services website — http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/business_services/home.html or contact them at (217) 524-8008.
Filing articles of incorporation, also called a corporate charter, offers your company tremendous benefits, such as protection from creditors and tax advantages. Articles of incorporation are the way that businesses formally acknowledge that they intend to form a corporation.
Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation Businesses make and sell consumer products; manufacture equipment and vehicles; support the national defense; grow and produce food; provide health care; generate and deliver energy; and offer financial, communications, and other services that underpin economic growth.
Incorporates are responsible for filing the articles of incorporation. If the articles do not name the initial directors, the incorporates can do whatever is necessary to finish setting up the corporation in California, including approving bylaws and electing officers and directors.
Articles of Organization are generally used for LLC formation, while Articles of Incorporation are the type of documents that you need to form a C Corporation or S Corporation. But the general concept remains the same you need to file these articles upfront as part of starting your business as a legal entity.
To form a limited liability company (LLC), you must file Articles of Organization (Form LLC-1) with the California Secretary of State. Business needs. Operating Agreements are to be maintained by the LLC and are not filed with the California Secretary of State.
Step 1: Choose an LLC name. Step 2: Secure a registered agent service. Step 3: Create an LLC operating agreement. Step 4: Submit your articles of organization to the state. Step 5: Receive your LLC status from the state.
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