1. A registered agent appointed by a limited liability company or foreign limited
liability company is an agent of the company for service of any process, notice, or
demand required or permitted by law to be served on the company.
2. If a limited liability company or foreign limited liability company does not maintain
a registered agent in this state or if the registered agent with reasonable diligence
cannot be found at the address of the registered agent, then the secretary of state
is an agent of the company upon whom process, notice, or demand may be served.
3. Any process, notice, or demand required or permitted by law to be served on the
limited liability company, the foreign limited liability company, a manager, a governor,
or a member of a member-managed limited liability company may be served upon the secretary
of state as provided in section 10-01.1-13.
4. This section does not affect the right to serve process, notice, or demand in any
other manner provided by law.
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