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Application for Certificate of Authority; Amendments to Certificate of Authority.
Before doing business in this State, a foreign limited liability company shall obtain a certificate of authority to transact business in this State.
a. A foreign limited liability company may apply for a certificate of authority to transact business in this State by delivering an application to the filing office for filing. The application shall state:
(1) the name of the company and, if the name does not comply with section 8 of this act, 1 an alternate name adopted pursuant to subsection a. of section 61 of this act; 2
(2) the name of the state or other jurisdiction under whose law the company is formed;
(3) the street and mailing addresses of the company's principal office and, if the laws of the jurisdiction under which the company is formed require the company to maintain an office in that jurisdiction, the street and mailing addresses of the required office; and
(4) the name and street and mailing addresses of the company's initial agent for service of process in this State.
b. If any statement in the application for a certificate of authority of a foreign limited liability company was false when made or any arrangements or other facts described have changed, making the application false in any respect, the foreign limited liability company shall promptly file in the filing office an amended application, executed by an authorized person, correcting the statement.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Jersey Statutes Title 42. Partnerships and Partnership Associations 42 § 2C-58 - last updated February 19, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-42-partnerships-and-partnership-associations/nj-st-sect-42-2c-58.html
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