Corporate Status: On Notice


Businesses and their lawyers across North Carolina are buzzing over reports being sent by the North Carolina Secretary of State’s office to corporations and limited liability companies who are late filing annual reports.

In my 15 years of practice, I’ve never seen reports go out like this. Companies with one or more missing annual reports are getting letters warning them that their companies will be administratively dissolved if they don’t file the missing reports and fees within sixty 60 days. While this is indeed the law of the state, typically the Secretary of State didn’t send notices until the company was five years late.

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