In order to practice social distancing and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), public access to our building, 165 Capitol Avenue, will be restricted. Although in-person interactions will be limited, our office staff will be available via email as normal. For the Business Services Division email and for the Legislative & Elections Administration Division email We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to return to normal business as soon as the immediate threat to public health has subsided.

The Office of the Secretary of the State, Business Services Division, may administratively dissolve (dissolve by forfeiture) a business entity that is more than one year in default of filing its annual report. The statutory authority for administrative dissolution is as follows:

Limited Liability Companies - 34-267g

Stock Corporations - 33-890

Non-Stock Corporations - 33-1181

Limited Liability Partnerships - 34-422

Limited Partnerships - 34-32b

This page provides statutory notice of the administrative dissolution activity of the Office. Notice is also mailed to the principal business office on record with the Office of the Secretary of the State. Notice of the administrative dissolution activity of the Office will be available on this website for no less than 60 days.


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