New York Consolidated Laws, Business Corporation Law - BSC § 308. Records and certificates of department of state

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The department of state shall keep a record of each process served upon the secretary of state under this chapter, including the date of service.  It shall, upon request made within ten years of such service, issue a certificate under its seal certifying as to the receipt of the process by an authorized person, the date and place of such service and the receipt of the statutory fee.  Process served upon the secretary of state under this chapter shall be destroyed by him after a period of ten years from such service.

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