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Application For Authority (Foreign Not For Profit Corp) DOS-1555-f-l-a - New York

Application For Authority (Foreign Not For Profit Corp) Form. This is a New York form and can be used in Not For Profit Corporations And Business Entities Secretary Of State .
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New York State Department of State Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue Albany, NY 12231 APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY OF ( Insert Name of Foreign Corporation) Under Section 1304 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law FIRST: The name of foreign corporation is: If the name of the corporation does not contain a required word or abbreviation indicating corporate character, the corporation agrees to add the following word or abbreviation to the end of its name for use in this state. If the corporation's true name is not available for use in this state pursuant to §301 and §302 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, the fictitious name the corporation agrees to use in New York State is: . SECOND: The jurisdiction in which the corporation was organized is: The date of its incorporation is: . THIRD: The corporation is a foreign corporation as defined in section 102(a)(7) of the Not-forProfit Corporation Law. FOURTH: The corporation is a Type Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. corporation under Section 201 of the FIFTH: A. The purpose or purposes to be pursued in this state and the activities which it proposes to conduct in this state are: DOS-1555-f-l-a (Rev. 06/12) American LegalNet, Inc. Page 1 of 3 A. Continued. B. If the corporation is a Type C corporation, the lawful public or quasi-public objective which each business purpose will achieve is: The corporation is authorized to conduct the above activities in its jurisdiction of incorporation. SIXTH: The county within this state in which the office of the corporation is to be located is: . (A county in New York State must be stated. Please note that the corporation is not required to have an actual physical office in this state.) SEVENTH: The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the corporation upon whom process against the corporation may be served. The address to which the Secretary of State shall forward copies of process accepted on behalf of the corporation is: EIGHTH: (Please check the appropriate statement.) The corporation has not since its incorporation or since the date its authority to do business in New York was last surrendered, engaged in any activity in this state except as set forth in paragraph (b) of Section 1301 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. The consent of the State Tax Commission is attached. (Signature) (Signer's Title) (Print or Type Signer's Name) DOS-1555-f-l-a (Rev. 06/12) American LegalNet, Inc. Page 2 of 3 APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY OF (Insert Name of Foreign Corporation) Under Section 1304 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law Filer's Name Address City, State and Zip Code NOTE: The certificate must be submitted with a $135 filing fee. This form was prepared by the New York State Department of State. It does not contain all optional provisions under the law. You are not required to use this form. You may draft your own form or use forms available at legal stationery stores. The Department of State recommends that all documents be prepared under the guidance of an attorney. Attached to the Application for Authority must be a Certificate of Existence from the official who files and maintains corporate records in the jurisdiction of the corporation. (Please Note: This official is generally the Secretary of State and many jurisdictions refer to the Certificate of Existence as a Certificate of Good Standing.) Please be sure to review Section 404 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law to determine if any consents or approvals are required to be attached to this application for authority. For Office Use Only DOS-1555-f-l-a (Rev. 06/12) American LegalNet, Inc. Page 3 of 3
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