(a) Each domestic or foreign registered limited-liability company shall have a resident
agent for service of process on the limited-liability company who shall be either:
(1) An individual resident of this state; or
(2) A corporation, limited partnership, or limited-liability company, and in each
case either domestic or one authorized to transact business in this state.
(b)(1) A domestic or foreign registered limited-liability company may change its resident
agent or the address of its resident agent by filing with the secretary of state a
statement signed by any authorized person that authorizes the change.
(2) A change of a resident agent or address of the resident agent for a domestic or
foreign registered limited-liability company under this subsection is effective when
the secretary of state accepts the statement for filing.
(c)(1) A resident agent that changes address in the state shall file with the secretary
of state a statement of the change of address signed by the resident agent or on the
resident agent's behalf.
(2) The statement shall include:
(i) The name of the limited-liability company for which the change is effective;
(ii) The old and new addresses of the resident agent; and
(iii) The date on which the change is effective.
(3) The change of address of the resident agent is effective when the secretary of
state accepts the statement for filing.
(d)(1) A resident agent may resign by filing with the secretary of state a counterpart
or photocopy of the signed resignation, together with a statement that the resignation
has been delivered or sent to the limited-liability company.
(2) Unless a later time is specified in the resignation, it is effective thirty (30)
days after it is filed.
(e) The secretary of state is appointed the agent of the domestic limited-liability
company for service of process if no resident agent has been appointed, if the resident
agent's authority has been revoked, or if the resident agent cannot be found or served
following the exercise of reasonable diligence.
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