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Who can be a registered agent?

Asked by: Hal  — 26 April, 2011

Who can be a registered agent for an  LLC owned by an out-of-state entity?

Answered by: admin  — 26 April, 2011

Dear Hal,

In theory, any individual or entity who meets the state requirements and who agrees to act as agent for the company may serve as Registered Agent. However, the registered agent serves a very important and sensitive function of forwarding legal and official notices and correspondence to the company, so you should not treat it lightly. We highly recommend using a professional service.

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