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Sec. 3 . To register to do business in Indiana, a foreign entity must deliver a foreign registration statement to the secretary of state for filing. The statement must be signed by the entity and state or be accompanied by:
(2) the type of entity;
(3) the entity's jurisdiction of formation;
(4) the date of formation in the jurisdiction described in subdivision (3);
(5) the street address of the entity's principal office;
(6) the information required by IC 23-0.5-4-3(b) ;
(7) if the entity is a nonprofit corporation, whether the corporation has members;
(8) if the entity is a nonprofit corporation, whether the corporation, if the corporation had been incorporated in Indiana, would be a public benefit, mutual benefit, or religious corporation;
(9) if the entity is a limited liability company and if the organizational documents of the entity provide for a manager or managers, a statement to that effect; and
(10) a certificate of existence or similar document authenticated by the secretary of state or other official having custody of business records of the entity in the state or country where the entity was organized.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 23. Business and Other Associations § 23-0.5-5-3 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-23-business-and-other-associations/in-code-sect-23-0-5-5-3.html
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