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a. Every registered agent shall be an agent of the corporation which has appointed the agent, upon whom process against the corporation may be served and who shall deliver to the corporation all process, notices or demands received by the agent as agent for the corporation.
b. Whenever any law of this State requires or permits any notice or demand to be given to or made upon a domestic corporation or a foreign corporation authorized to conduct activities in this State, its officers or trustees, the notice or demand may be sent by mail or otherwise, as the law may require, to the registered office of the corporation in this State, and the notice given or demand made shall be sufficient notice or demand.
c. The provisions of this section shall not exclude any other method provided by law for service of process upon a corporation, domestic or foreign, or for service of a notice or demand upon the corporation, its officers or trustees.
d. Whenever the law of this State requires that any certificate, report or statement made, published, filed or recorded by any corporation, domestic or foreign, state the residence address of any incorporator, trustee or officer, there must be furnished in the document the residence address of that person or other address, other than a postal designation, where the person regularly receives mail and which is not the address of the corporation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Jersey Statutes Title 15A. Corporations, Nonprofit 15A § 4-2 - last updated February 19, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-15a-corporations-nonprofit/nj-st-sect-15a-4-2.html
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