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Articles Of Domestication {CR2E143}

This is a Florida form that can be used for Limited Liability Company within Secretary Of State.

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COVER LETTER TO: New Filing Section Division of Corporations SUBJECT: Name of Limited Liability Company Dear Sir or Madam: The enclosed Articles of Domestication of a Non-U.S. Entity and fee(s) are submitted for filing. Please return all correspondence concerning this matter to the following: Name of Person Firm/Company Address City/State and Zip Code E-mail address: (to be used for future annual report notification) For further information concerning this matter, please call: at ( Name of Person Area Code ) Daytime Telephone Number STREET/COURIER ADDRESS: New Filing Section Division of Corporations Clifton Building 2661 Executive Center Circle Tallahassee, Florida 32301 MAILING ADDRESS: New Filing Section Division of Corporations P.O. Box 6327 Tallahassee, Florida 32314 Articles of Domestication: Articles of Organization: Total to Domesticate and file: CR2E143 (2/17) $25 $125 $150 American LegalNet, Inc. ARTICLES OF DOMESTICATION In accordance with 605.1055, Florida Statutes, the Articles of Domestication are submitted for filing: 1. 2. The date on which the entity was first formed was: The name of the entity immediately prior to the filing of the Articles of Domestication was: 3. The effective date of the domestication is: (cannot be prior to or 90 days later than date document is received for filing) Note: If the date inserted in this block does not meet the applicable statutory filing requirements, this date will not be listed as the document's effective date on the Department of State's records. 4. Attached are Florida Articles of Organization to complete the domestication requirements pursuant to s. 605.0201. The jurisdiction that constituted the seat, siege social, or principal place of business or central administration of the entity or any other equivalent jurisdiction under applicable law, immediately before the filing of the Articles of Domestication was: The domestication has been approved in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction of formation of the domesticating entity. I am authorized to sign these Articles of Domestication on behalf of the entity. 5. 6. Authorized Signature 7. Attached is a certificate of status or equivalent document, if any, from the domesticating jurisdiction of formation, pursuant to s. 605.1055 (3), Florida Statutes. CR2E143 (2/17) American LegalNet, Inc. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE DIVISION OF CORPORATIONS Attached are the forms and instructions to form a Florida Limited Liability Company pursuant to Chapter 605, Florida Statutes. All information included in the Articles of Organization must be in English and must be typewritten or printed legibly. If this requirement is not met, the document will be returned for correction(s). The Division of Corporations suggests using the sample articles merely as a guideline. Pursuant to s. 605.0201, Florida Statutes, additional information may be contained in the Articles of Organization. The name of a limited liability company must be distinguishable on the records of the Florida Department of State. A preliminary search for name availability can be made on the Internet through the Division's records at Preliminary name searches and name reservations are no longer available from the Division of Corporations. You are responsible for any name infringement that may result from your name selection. NOTE: This form for filing Articles of Organization is basic. Each limited liability company is a separate entity and as such has specific goals, needs, and requirements. Additionally, the tax consequences arising from the structure of a limited liability company can be significant. The Division of Corporations recommends that all documents be reviewed by your legal counsel. The Division is a filing agency and as such does not render any legal, accounting, or tax advice. The professional advice of your legal counsel to ascertain exact compliance with all statutory requirements is strongly recommended. Pursuant to s.605.0201, Florida Statutes, the Articles of Organization must set forth the following: ARTICLE I: The name of the limited liability company, which must contain the words "Limited Liability Company,"or the abbreviation "L.L.C.," or "LLC." ARTICLE II: The mailing address and the street address of the principal office of the limited liability company. ARTICLE III: The name and Florida street address of the limited liability company's registered agent. The registered agent must sign and state that he/she is familiar with and accepts the obligations of the position. P.O. Boxes are not acceptable. ARTICLE IV: The name and address of each person authorized to manage and control the Limited Liability Company. Although this information is optional at this time, most financial institutions require this information to be recorded with the Florida Department of State in order to open an account. The Department of Financial Services also requires this information to issue Workers' Compensation. Use "AMBR" for members who are authorized to manage and control the company. Use "MGR" for managers of mangermanaged LLCs. American LegalNet, Inc. ARTICLE V: If an effective date is listed, the date must be specific and cannot be more than five business days prior to or 90 calendar days after the date of filing. What is an effective date? You may list an effective date if you would like the limited liability company's existence to become effective on a date other than the date it is filed by this office., The effective date can be up to 5 business days prior to the date of receipt or up to 90 calendar days after the date of receipt. The entity's first annual report form will be due January 1st of the calendar year following the year of formation. If a limited liability company is created late in the calendar year and it doesn't expect to commence business until on or after January 1st of the upcoming year, it should add an effective date of January 1 for the coming year. If the effective date is in the next calendar year, it will delay the requirement to file an annual report until the following calendar year. Example: A limited liability company is formed December 1, 2007. if it added an effective date of January 1, 2008, the first annual report would not be due until January 1, 2009. If a 2008 effective was not listed, the first annual report would be due January 1, 2008. Signature: Articles of Organization must be executed by an

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