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So Why Do I Need A Registered Agent In NV?
In keeping with NV law, business entities formed with the Nevada Secretary of State will need to appoint a registered agent. This law is based around the notion of due process and that legal cases can’t move ahead in the court except in cases where a company have been properly notified. The Nevada registered agent acts as your business’ official point of contact with NV Secretary of State and the legal world. Aquiring a tried and tested, tech-savvy registered agent service ensures you stay on top of any official notices or services of process for your company.
Exactly What Does A NV Registered Agent Do?
Nevada is among the nation’s more popular states for forming a business. By requiring businesses to obtain a registered agent, the state of NV accomplishes 2 objectives:
The state ensures there’s a viable way to contact each company, without any the irritation of tracking down an individual.
It is also able to validate that the company received its mail or service of process, as the NV registered agent is legally instructed to notify the NV secretary of state whenever they change their address, along with the registered agent must sign for any service of process she or he receives.
Ones registered agent needs to have a secure system in place to immediately report to you of legal documents they receive on your business’ behalf.
Anyone wanting to properly notify the company will look up ones business’ information and send a complaint or notice to your own Nevada registered gent. A person’s registered agent should have a reliable, commercial address and office and be open during business hours to accept any documents for the business. A person’s Nevada registered agent also need to ensure that you receive the documents, read the documents, and most importantly, understand the documents.
Your registered agent receives each of the notices from the NV secretary of state for registering annual reports. The Nevada secretary of state will call and talk to a person’s registered agent if they have any questions about your own corporation or LLC, and if the secretary of state has to get in touch with you, they’ll be phoning your registered agent in Nevada.
If you would like Oshinski & Forsberg to file the formation paperwork for your Nevada corporation or LLC, we can. What most people see as the advantage of having a registered agent file their paperwork is in most states it keeps their address and name off the public record, but in Nevada, the secretary of state requires corporations to list out their directors, and for LLCs to list their managers and members. So, this tactic to keep up some level of privacy doesn’t work very well in Nevada. There’s no requirement to employ someone in order to create your corporation or LLC.