[FoRK] CA registered agent
jeff at k2.com
Wed Mar 9 14:14:34 PST 2005
A registered agent is really just someone living in the state that can
receive legal notices and official mail from the state on behalf of the
business. The best idea is to have a relative or friend you trust do
that for you. If you have a lawyer that has an office in California,
they could be a registered agent for you (depending on what they do for
you, they might do it for free).
I haven't used a service to do this, but AFAIK it's a no liability
situation -- the agent isn't liable in any way for the business except
to agree to receive the mail.
On Mar 9, 2005, at 5:01 PM, Dave Long wrote:
> I have a California company which I had been
> planning to wind up, but after meeting with
> the other members, we've decided to play the
> option card and hibernate it for a while.
> Do any of you all have any experiences with
> "registered agent/office" services?
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