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Why Do You Need A Registered Agent In Nevada?
As per NV law, business entities formed with the Nevada Secretary of State will need to designate a registered agent. This law was made around the notion of due process and that litigations can’t commence in the court unless of course a business have been properly notified. Ones Nevada registered agent acts as your business’ official point of contact with NV Secretary of State as well as the legal world. Getting a trusted, tech-savvy registered agent service means you stay on top of any official notices or services of process for the business.
What Does A NV Registered Agent Do?
Nevada is among the nation’s most common states for forming a business. By requiring businesses to use a registered agent, the state of Nevada accomplishes a couple of goals:
The state ensures there is a viable option to contact each business, without needing the irritation of searching for an individual.
It also is able to authenticate that the business received its mail or service of process, as the Nevada registered agent is legally instructed to notify the NV secretary of state should they change their address, and the registered agent must sign for any service of process he or she receives.
Your own registered agent will need to have a secure system ready to instantly inform you of legal documents they receive on your business’ behalf.
Anyone wanting to properly notify the company will look up your business’ information and send a complaint or notice to a person’s NV registered gent. Your own registered agent ought to have a reliable, commercial address and office and be open during business hours to accept any documents for the company. A person’s Nevada registered agent also needs to ensure you obtain the documents, view the documents, and most importantly, understand the documents.
Your own registered agent receives all of the notices from the Nevada secretary of state for registering yearly reports. The NV secretary of state will call and talk to the registered agent if they have any questions about ones corporation or LLC, and if the secretary of state has to get a hold of you, they’ll be calling your registered agent in NV.
If you prefer Oshinski & Forsberg to submit the formation documents for your NV corporation or LLC, we will. What a lot of people see as the advantage of getting a registered agent file their paperwork is in most states it keeps their address and name away from the public record, but in Nevada, the secretary of state requires corporations to list their directors, and for LLCs to list their managers and members. So, this tactic to maintain some level of privacy doesn’t work very well in NV. There’s no requirement to employ someone for making your corporation or LLC.