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Articles Of Dissolution - Domestic {DSCB 15-1977-5977}

This is a Pennsylvania form that can be used for Domestic Business Corporation within Department Of State.

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PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF STATE BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS AND CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Return document by mail to: Name Address City State Zip Code Articles of Dissolution Domestic Corporation DSCB:15-1977/5977 (rev. 7/2015) *1977* 1977 Nonprofit Corporation (§ 5977) Return document by email to: _________________________________ Read all instructions prior to completing. This form may be submitted online at https://www.corporations.pa.gov/. Fee: $70 Check one: Business Corporation (§ 1977) In compliance with the requirements of the applicable provisions (relating to articles of dissolution), the undersigned corporation, desiring to dissolve, hereby states that: 1. The name of the corporation is: 2. The (a) address of this corporation's current registered office in this Commonwealth or (b) name of its commercial registered office provider and the county of venue is: (Complete only (a) or (b), not both) (a) Number and Street City State Zip County (b) Name of Commercial Registered Office Provider c/o: County 3. The statute by or under which it was incorporated: ________________________________________ 4. The date of its incorporation: ____________________________ (MM/DD/YYYY) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com DSCB:15-1977/5977­2 5. The names and addresses, including number and street, of its directors are: 6. The names and addresses, including number and street, and official titles of its officers are: 7. Check one of the following: The proposal to dissolve voluntarily was adopted by the shareholders or members pursuant to 15 Pa.C.S. § 1905 or § 5905. The proposal to dissolve voluntarily was adopted by the directors and shareholders (or members) pursuant to 15 Pa.C.S. § 1974(a) or directors and member (or shareholders) pursuant to 15 Pa.C.S. § 5974(a). Option for Nonprofit Corporation Only: The proposal to dissolve voluntarily was adopted by the board of directors pursuant to 15 Pa.C.S. § 5974(b). 8. Check one of the following: All liabilities of the corporation have been discharged. Adequate provision has been made for the discharge of the liabilities of the corporation. The assets of the corporation are not sufficient to satisfy and discharge its liabilities, and all the assets of the corporation have been fairly and equitably applied, as far as they will go, to the payment of such liabilities. 9. Check one of the following: All remaining assets of the corporation, if any, have been distributed as provided in the Business or Nonprofit Corporation Law of 1988. The corporation has elected to proceed under 15 Pa.C.S. Subch. 19H or 59H (relating to post dissolution claims) and any remaining assets of the corporation will be distributed as provided in that subchapter. 10. Check one of the following: There are no actions or proceedings pending against the corporation in any court. Adequate provision has been made for the satisfaction of any judgment or decree that may be obtained against the corporation in each action or proceeding pending against the corporation. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com DSCB:15-1977/5977-3 11. Notice of the winding-up proceedings of the corporation was mailed by certified or registered mail to each known creditor and claimant of the corporation and to each municipal corporation in which the corporation's registered office or principal place of business in this Commonwealth is located. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the undersigned corporation has caused these Articles of Dissolution to be signed by a duly authorized officer thereof this day of , . Name of Corporation Signature Title American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com DSCB:15-1977/5977 - Instructions Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations P.O. Box 8722 Harrisburg, PA 17105-8722 (717) 787-1057 web site: www.dos.pa.gov/corps Instructions for Completion of Form: A. Typewritten is preferred. If handwritten, the form shall be legible and completed in black or blue-black ink in order to permit reproduction. The nonrefundable filing fee for this form is $70 made payable to the Department of State. Checks must contain a commercially pre-printed name and address. Enter the name and mailing address to which any correspondence regarding this filing should be sent. This field must be completed for the Bureau to return the filing. If the filing is to be returned by email, an email address must be provided. An email will be sent to address provided, containing a link and instructions on how a copy of the filed document or correspondence may be downloaded. Any email or mailing addresses provided on this form will become part of the filed document and therefore public record. B. Under 15 Pa.C.S. § 135(c) (relating to addresses) an actual street or rural route box number must be used as an address, and the Department of State is required to refuse to receive or file any document that sets forth only a post office box address. C. The second option in Paragraph 8 should be checked by a corporation that elects to proceed under 15 Pa.C.S. Subch. 19H or 59H (relating to post dissolution claims). D. The following, in addition to the filing fee, shall accompany this form: (1) Tax clearance certificates from the Department of Revenue and from the Bureau of Employment Security of the Department of Labor and Industry evidencing payment of all taxes and charges payable to the Commonwealth. (2) Any necessary governmental approvals. E. The corporation is required by 15 Pa.C.S. § 1975(b) or § 5975(b) (relating to notice to creditors and taxing authorities) to publish notice of the winding-up proceedings one time in the legal journal and newspaper of general circulation published in the county of its registered office, or in two newspapers of general circulation if no legal journal exists in such county, or in one newspaper of general circulation if that is the only one published in the county. Proofs of such publication should be kept with the corporate records of the corporation, and should not be submitted to, and will not be received by or filed in, the Department. F. This form and all accompanying documents shall be mailed to the above stated address. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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