Articles Or Certificate Of Reinstatement (LLC LLP Or LP) | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Maryland

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Articles Or Certificate Of Reinstatement (LLC LLP Or LP) | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Maryland

Articles Or Certificate Of Reinstatement (LLC LLP Or LP)

This is a Maryland form that can be used for Business Entity within Secretary Of State.

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ARTICLES OR CERTIFICATE OF REINSTATEMENT The name of the entity at the time of its cancellation: The name the entity will use upon reinstatement: The address of the entity222s principal office in Maryland (a P.O. Box can not be used): The name and address of the entity222s resident agent in Maryland (a P.O. Box can not be used): I swear under penalties of perjuryI hereby consent to my designation that this is an authorized act ofin this document as resident agent the above named entity.for this entity. (SIGNATURE OF RESIDENT AGENT) (AUTHORIZED PERSON(S) OR GENERAL PARTNER) SDAT: Revised 08/02 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Maryland State Department of Assessments & Taxation Charter Division GUIDE FOR REINSTATEMENT OF MARYLAND LP'S, LLC'S, AND LLP'S A. Are there overdue annual reports or personal property returns? If YES go to item B. If NO go to Item C. B. Prepare delinquent report(s). Does report indicate entity owned tangible personal property in Maryland? If the answer is YES, follow the four steps below. If NO, follow the steps listed under item D. 1. Submit Personal Property returns to SDAT for assessments. 2. Take assessments to county or city where property is located. 3. Pay personal property tax. 4. Get tax clearance certificate from the appropriate county or city. SDAT will not accept a receipt. C. Has the entity ever reported tangible personal property on an annual report? If the answer is YES, follow instructions 1 and 2 below. If NO follow the steps listed under item D. 1. Pay personal property tax to county or city where the property is located. 2. Get tax clearance certificate from the appropriate county or city. SDAT will not accept a receipt. D. Submit to SDAT the following: 1. Articles or Certificate of Reinstatement form. 2. $100.00 filing fee. 3. Annual report(s) if the answer to Question B or C above NO. 4. The tax clearance certificate received from the appropriate county or city, if the answer to Question B or C above is YES Revised: 2018 NOTE: If forfeiture was caused for any reason other than, or in addition to failure to file annual reports, that reason must be resolved prior to reinstatement. Due to the fact that the laws governing the formation and operation of business entities and the effectiveness of a UCC Financing Statement involves more than filing documents with our office, we suggest you consult an attorney, accountant or other professional. State Department of Assessments & Taxation staff cannot offer business counseling or legal advice. Regarding annual documents to be filed with the Department of Assessments & Taxation: All domestic and foreign legal entities must submit a Personal Property Return to the Department. Failure to file a Personal Property Return will result in forfeiture of your right to conduct business in Maryland American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Maryland State Department of Assessments & Taxation Charter Division Where and how do I file my documents? By mail or in-person submissions should directed to: State Department of Assessments and Taxation, Charter Division 301 W. Preston Street; 8th Floor Baltimore, MD 21201-2395 All checks must be made out to State Department of Assessments and Taxation. The cost to file documents should be included with the form. A schedule of filing fees is available online at http://dat.maryland.gov/businesses/Documents/FEES.pdf Online business registration and document filing via the Maryland EGov Business portal. See the Maryland Business Express link on the homepage at www.dat.maryland.gov How long will it take to process my documents? Regular document processing time is 4- 6 weeks. Expedited processing request will be handled within 7 business days. The expedited service fee is an additional $50.00 for each document; other fees may also apply. Hand-delivered documents in limited quantities receive same day expedited service between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Online filed documents are considered expedited and will be processed within 7 business days. Revised: August 2016 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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