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Articles Of Dissolution Prior To Commencement Of Activities N-05 - North Carolina

Articles Of Dissolution Prior To Commencement Of Activities Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Nonprofit Corporation Secretary Of State .
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State of North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIVITIES FOR NONPROFIT CORPORATION Pursuant to 55A-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. The corporation has not admitted members entitled to vote on dissolution, has not commenced activities, and has no assets. 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 there are 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 $15. This document and one exact or conformed copy of these articles must be filed with the Secretary of State.(Revised January 2000) (Form N-05)CORPORATIONS DIVISION P.O. BOX 29622 RALEIGH, NC 27626-0622
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