ABOUT YOUR NORTH CAROLINA REGISTERED AGENT
Let me tell you about why you need a registered agent in North Carolina.
What is a registered agent?
A registered agent, also known as a resident agent, is an individual located in the state of North Carolina who is responsible for receiving legal service of process on behalf of your business. Your registered agent must be available and present during standard business hours.
What are the requirements or restrictions I should know about my registered agent?
There are few restrictions concerning who can act as a registered agent here. Specifically, the person or entity acting as your registered agent needs to be located and available at a physical street address within North Carolina during typical business hours. Your Registered Agent will be responsible to accept all legal and tax-related documents, annual report forms, litigation (service of process) documents, etc., on your behalf. It is crucial that you appoint a solid company, such as [site name] when you’re choosing your registered agent.
How does my company benefit from having a registered agent?
Businesses in North Carolina benefit in many ways by selecting a registered agent. First and foremost, designating a statutory agent keeps your business in conformity to state law. With registered-agent.net as your registered agent, anytime you get any service of process, legal notice, letter or annual report notice – we accept those for you. Momentarily, we’re scanning your documents into your customer account. You’ll receive instant notification of any files we upload into your client account. Additionally, we also keep an eye on your North Carolina filing due dates and send you reminders with how-to links so you can complete your report on time with the North Carolina Secretary of State.
Can I get in trouble if I don’t have or fail to maintain a registered agent in North Carolina for my business?
There can be ramifications for not maintaining your registered agent in North Carolina. Fees may or may not be assessed. The North Carolina Secretary of State may revoke your corporate or LLC legal status if you don’t maintain your registered agent in North Carolina.