Virginia Code Title 13.1. Corporations § 13.1-1005. Fees

<Text of section effective until July 1, 2020.  See, also, text of section 13.1-1005 effective July 1, 2020.>

The Commission shall charge and collect the following fees:

1. For filing any one of the following, the fee shall be $100:

a. Articles of organization.

b. An application for registration as a foreign limited liability company.

c. Articles of entity conversion to convert a domestic corporation to a limited liability company.

d. Articles of domestication.

2. For filing any one of the following, the fee shall be $25:

a. Articles of amendment.

b. Articles of cancellation.

c. Articles of correction referred to in § 13.1-1011.1 , a copy of an amendment or correction referred to in § 13.1-1055 , or an amended application for registration referred to in § 13.1-1055 , provided that an amended application shall not require a separate fee when it is filed with a copy of an amendment or a correction referred to in § 13.1-1055 .

d. A copy of an instrument of merger of a foreign limited liability company referred to in § 13.1-1060 .

e. Articles of merger.

f. A copy of an instrument of entity conversion of a foreign limited liability company holding a certificate of registration to transact business in the Commonwealth.

g. Articles of restatement.

h. Articles of organization surrender.

i. An application for a certificate of cancellation of a foreign limited liability company.

3. For filing any one of the following, the fee shall be $10:

a. An application to reserve or to renew the reservation of a name for use by a domestic or foreign limited liability company.

b. A notice of the transfer of a name reserved for use by a domestic or a foreign limited liability company.

4. For issuing a certificate pursuant to § 13.1-1067 , $6 for each certificate.


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