(1) If a commercial registered agent changes its name, its address as currently listed
under Subsection 16-17-204(1), or its type or jurisdiction of organization, the agent shall file with the division
a statement of change signed by or on behalf of the agent which states:
(b) if the name of the agent has changed, its new name;
(c) if the address of the agent has changed, the new address; and
(d) if the type or jurisdiction of organization of the agent has changed, the new
type or jurisdiction of organization.
(2) The filing of a statement of change under Subsection (1) is effective to change
the information regarding the commercial registered agent with respect to each entity
represented by the agent.
(3) A statement of change filed under this section takes effect on filing.
(4) A commercial registered agent shall promptly furnish each entity represented by
it with notice in a record of the filing of a statement of change relating to the
name or address of the agent and the changes made by the filing.
(5) If a commercial registered agent changes its address without filing a statement
of change as required by this section, the division may cancel the listing of the
agent under Section 16-17-204. A cancellation under this Subsection (5) has the same effect as a termination under
Section 16-17-205. Promptly after canceling the listing of an agent, the division shall serve notice
in a record in the manner provided in Subsection 16-17-301(2) or (3) on:
(a) each entity represented by the agent, stating that the agent has ceased to be
an agent for service of process on the entity and that, until the entity appoints
a new registered agent, service of process may be made on the entity as provided in
Section 16-17-301; and
(b) the agent, stating that the listing of the agent has been canceled under this
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