A registered agent is legally authorized to accept service of process and other official notifications on behalf of a business.
According to Minnesota State Statute 5.36, Subd. 2, a business entity formed under the laws of Minnesota may designate a registered agent in its formation document.
Corporations formed in Minnesota and registered with the Minnesota Secretary of State are NOT REQUIRED to name a registered agent in the articles of incorporation.
If a corporation does name an agent, the articles must list the name of the agent, and the agent must be located at the registered office.
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When you require service of process on a Minnesota corporation, you can depend on us to deliver the legal documents directly to the person or registered agent authorized to accept service of process on behalf of the Minnesota corporation.
When you need service of process on a foreign corporation registered to do business in Minnesota, you can count on us to correctly serve the legal documents on the registered agent authorized to accept service of process on behalf of the foreign corporation.
A business entity formed under the laws of Minnesota may designate a registered agent with the Minnesota Secretary of State.
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