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Foreign Corporation Qualification - Maryland

Foreign Corporation Qualification Form. This is a Maryland form and can be used in Business Entity Secretary Of State .
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FOREIGN CORPORATION QUALIFICATION The undersigned Corporation for the purpose of qualifying pursuant to the p rovisions of Title 7 of the Corporations andAssociations Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, to do intrastate , interstate and foreign business as a foreignCorporation in the State of Maryland, hereby certifies to the State Depa rtment of Assessments and Taxation: (A) That the name of the Corporation is (B) The corporation was formed in the State of (C) That the address of the Corporation is (D) That the name of the resident agent of the corporation in Maryland is whose address is (EVERY FOREIGN CORPORATION QUALIFIED IN MARYLAND IS REQUIRED TO NAME A MARYLAND AGENT) (E) (OPTIONAL) That the address of the principal office of the Corporation in Maryland is (F) That the Corporation (check appropriate response): ___ ___ (1) |___| has (2) |___| has not done intrastate, interstate or foreign business in this State b efore qualification orregistration as a foreign Corporation or after the qualification or regi stration was cancelled.NOTE: If the box in Part (F) is checked indicating that the Corporation has done intrastate, interstate or fore ign businessin Maryland before registering or qualifying or after the registration or qualification has been cancelled; a penalty of $200 mustaccompany this form in addition to the filing fee.BY: (Original signature of President or Vice President) I hereby consent to my designation in this document as resident agent fo r this corporation. SIGNED Re sident Agent Revised 8/98
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