Short Form Certificate Of Dissolution {DSF STK} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

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Short Form Certificate Of Dissolution {DSF STK} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

Last updated: 4/21/2022

Short Form Certificate Of Dissolution {DSF STK}

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DSF STK, Short Form Dissolution Certificate (ONLY California Stock Corporation Registered in California in the Last 12 Months), Required Statements (Do not alter the Required Statements - ALL must be true to file Form DSF STK.). Statements 3(a) – 3(g) are true: a) This Short Form Certificate of Dissolution is being filed within twelve (12) months from the date the Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State; b) The corporation does not have any debts or other liabilities, except as provided in Item 3(c); c) The tax liability of the corporation will be satisfied on a taxes paid basis, or a person or corporation or other business entity assumes the tax liability, if any, of the dissolving corporation and is responsible for additional corporate taxes, if any, that are assessed and that become due after the date of the assumption of the tax liability; d) All final returns required under the California Revenue and Taxation Code have been or will be filed with the California Franchise Tax Board; e) The corporation has not conducted any business from the time of the filing of the Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State; f) The corporation has not issued any shares, and if the corporation has received payments for shares from investors, those payments have been returned to those investors; g) The corporation is dissolved; and h) The known assets remaining after payment of, or adequately providing for, the known debts and liabilities have been distributed to the persons entitled thereto; or the corporation acquired no known assets. Note: If the corporation cannot say all of these items are true, the corporation cannot file this Short Form Dissolution Certificate (Form DSF STK) and must follow the normal dissolution process. See Certificate of Dissolution (Form DISS STK), and if applicable, Certificate of Election to Wind Up and Dissolve (Form ELEC STK).

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