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Section 1705.55 | [Repealed Effective 2/11/2022 - See R.C. 1706.83] Certificate of correction of registration application.


(A) If any statement in an application for registration as a foreign limited liability company is materially false when made or if any facts described in the application have changed making it inaccurate in any material respect, the foreign limited liability company shall file promptly with the secretary of state a certificate correcting the application that shall be on a form that is prescribed by the secretary of state and be signed by an authorized representative of the company.

(B) If the application for registration or a subsequent certificate of correction becomes inaccurate because the designated agent resigns or changes the agent's address from that appearing in the registration application or any subsequent certificate of correction of the registration application, the foreign limited liability company, or the designated agent on its behalf, shall file a notice of that resignation or change promptly with the secretary of state .

(C) A foreign limited liability company may revoke the appointment of its designated agent described in division (A) of section 1705.54 of the Revised Code by filing with the secretary of state, on a form prescribed by the secretary of state, a written appointment of another agent and an acceptance of appointment in the manner described in division (B)(2) of section 1705.06 of the Revised Code and a statement indicating that the appointment of the former agent is revoked.

(D) The fee specified in division (R) of section 111.16 of the Revised Code shall accompany a filing under division (B) or (C) of this section.

Last updated August 30, 2021 at 12:05 PM

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