Why Stand On Ceremony When You Can Have A Ceremonial Charter?

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In 2005, Nevada stopped issuing ceremonial charters to corporations when it introduced its e-SOS processing system.  A ceremonial charter is basically a charter printed by the Nevada Secretary of State's office on colored paper that is suitable for framing.   The Secretary of State is once again making ceremonial charters available - for a price.  That price is $100.  A ceremonial charter and/or a certificate of good standing may be ordered through the Secretary of State's Copies Division via e-mail at copies@sos.nv.gov or fax at 775-684-5645.

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