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(1) A foreign corporation authorized to transact business in this state may change its registered office or registered agent by delivering to the office of the Secretary of State for filing a statement of change that sets forth:
(a) The name of the foreign corporation;
(b) If the registered office is to be changed, the street address, including street and number, of the new registered office;
(c) If the registered agent is to be changed, the name of the new registered agent and a statement that the new agent has consented to the appointment; and
(d) That after the change or changes are made, the street addresses of the registered office and the business office of its registered agent will be identical.
(2) If a registered agent changes the street address of the agent's business office, the registered agent shall change the street address of the registered office of the foreign corporation for which the agent is the registered agent by notifying the corporation in writing of the change and signing, either manually or in facsimile, and delivering to the office of the Secretary of State a statement of change that complies with the requirements of subsection (1) of this section and states that the corporation has been notified of the change.
(3) The filing of the statement by the Secretary of State shall terminate the existing registered office or agent or both, on the effective date of the filing and establish the newly appointed registered office or agent, or both, as that of the foreign corporation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Oregon Revised Statutes Corporations and Partnerships § 60.724 - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/or/title-7-corporations-and-partnerships/or-rev-st-sect-60-724/
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