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Articles Of Incorporation (Domestic Business Corp) 399 - Louisiana
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Tom Schedler Secretary of State ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION (R.S. 12:24) Domestic Business Corporation Enclose $60.00 filing fee Make remittance payable to Secretary of State Do Not Send Cash Return to: Commercial Division P. O. Box 94125 Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125 Phone (225) 925-4704 Web Site: ww w.sos.la.gov STATE OF PARISH/COUNTY OF 1. The name of this corporation is: 2. This corporation is formed for the purpose of : (check one) () () (use for limiting corporate activity) 3. The duration of this corporation is: (may be perpetual) 4. The aggregate number of shares which the corporation shall have authority to issue is: 5. The shares shall consist of one class only and the par value of each share is: (shares may be without par value) per share. 6. The full name and post office address of each incorporator is : Engaging in any lawful activity for which corporations may be formed. 7. Other provisions: Incorporator(s) Signature: On this day of 20 , before me, personally appeared , to me known to be the person described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged that he executed it as his free act and deed. NOTARY NAME MUST BE TYPED OR PRINTED WITH NOTARY # Notary Signature SS399 Rev. 09/11 (See instructions on back) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com INSTRUCTIONS NOTE: A corporation is a complex form of business structure. This form contains only the minimum provisions required by law to be set forth in Articles of Incorporation. Additional provisions may be advisable or necessary, depending on the specific needs of each corporation. Consideration should be given to the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating, and the legal and tax consequences. You are strongly advised to seek legal advice from an attorney and tax and other business advice from an accountant. File the Articles of Incorporation, and the Domestic Corporation Initial Report (form 341) which contains an agent affidavit and the requisite $60 filing fee with the Secretary of State's office. The Articles of Incorporation and the Initial Report may be delivered to the Secretary of State's office in advance, for filing as of any specified date (and any given time on such date) within thirty days after the date of delivery. Requests should be made in writing and must be submitted along with the Articles of Incorporation and the Initial Report. The Articles of Incorporation cannot be accepted for filing unless an Initial Report form (341) is also filed. Upon filing with our office, you will receive a certified copy of the Articles and a Certificate of Incorporation. Within thirty (30) days after filing the Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State's office, a copy of the Articles and the Initial Report certified by the Secretary of State and a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation must be filed with the office of the recorder of mortgages in the parish where the corporation's registered office is located. Please call the Internal Revenue Service at (800) 829-4933 for information to obtain a corporation's federal tax identification number. If the Articles of Incorporation are filed within five (5) working days (exclusive of legal holidays) after acknowledgement, the corporate existence shall begin as of the time of such acknowledgement. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.