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Articles Of Dissolution Prior To Issuance Of Shares B-05 - North Carolina

Articles Of Dissolution Prior To Issuance Of Shares Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Business Corporation Secretary Of State .
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State of North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF SHARES BUSINESS CORPORATION Pursuant to 55-14-01 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, the undersigned corporation herebysubmits the following Articles of Dissolution for the purpose of dissolving the corporation:1. The name of the corporation is:________________________________________________________ 2. The names, titles, and addresses of the officers, if any, of the corporation are: 3. The names and addresses of the directors or, if none, of the incorporators of the corporation are: 4. The corporation was incorporated on the _______ day of _______________, 20_____ 5. None of the corporations shares have been issued. 6. No debt of the corporation remains unpaid. 7. The dissolution has been authorized by a majority of the directors or by a majority of the incorporators, if the corporation has no directors. 8. These articles will be effective upon filing, unless a delayed date and/or time is specified:__________This the________ day of ____________________, 20_____ ____________________________________ Name of Corporation ____________________________________ Signature ____________________________________ Type or Print Name and TitleNOTES: 1. Filing fee is $30. This document and one exact or conformed copy of these articles must be filed with the Secretary of State.(Revised January 2000) (Form B-05)CORPORATIONS DIVISION P.O. BOX 29622 RALEIGH, NC 27626-0622
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