What happens if my company is administratively dissolved?
You may lose some of the benefits of being incorporated. For example, if your company is not reinstated within 5 years, you may lose the right to use the same name. You should consult your attorney to find out how the dissolution will affect your business.
My company has already been administratively dissolved. How can I get reinstated?
The steps to get reinstated are:
- Fix the problem that caused it to be dissolved. For example, if you have overdue annual reports, you will have to file them all. You will also have to pay all annual report fees.
- Fill out the Reinstatement Form. Be sure you are filling out the correct form as there are different forms for each type of entity, i.e., business corporation, LLC, etc.
- File the Reinstatement Form and pay fee reinstatement fee.
I am a registered agent for a company that’s been administratively dissolved. Does that mean my duties have ended?
Our duties as a registered agent do not stop when the company is administratively dissolved. As long as you are the registered agent, you have to accept and forward mail to the company.