Sec. 911. (1) A domestic corporation and each foreign corporation subject to chapter 10 1 shall file a report with the administrator no later than May 15 of each year. The report shall be on a form approved by the administrator, signed by an authorized officer or agent of the corporation, and contain all of the following information:
(a) The name of the corporation.
(b) The name of its resident agent and address of its registered office in this state.
(c) The names and addresses of its president, secretary, treasurer, and directors.
(d) General nature and kind of business in which the corporation is engaged.
(e) For each foreign corporation authorized to transact business in this state, the total number of authorized shares and the most recent percentage used in computation of the tax required by the Michigan business tax act, 2007 PA 36, MCL 208.1101 to 208.1601 .
(f) For each professional corporation, the names and addresses of its shareholders and a certification that both of the following are met:
(i) Each shareholder is a licensed person in 1 or more of the professional services provided by the professional corporation.
(ii) The corporation meets the other requirements of chapter 2A. 2
(2) A corporation formed or authorized to do business on or after January 1 and before May 16 of a calendar year is not required to file the report described in subsection (1) for that calendar year.
(3) If there are no changes in the information provided in the last filed report required under subsection (1), the corporation may file a report that certifies to the administrator that no changes in the required information have occurred since the last filed report. A report filed under this subsection shall be on a form approved by the administrator and filed no later than the date required under section 911. 3
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