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Okay, here’s the scoop about registered agent service in Vermont.

Define a registered agent?

A registered agent, otherwise known as a resident agent, is a company with a physical location in the state of Vermont who is responsible for receiving legal notices on behalf of your business. Your registered agent is required to be present and available during normal business hours.

In a nutshell, who can be a registered agent?

Your Vermont statutory agent needs to be a company or individual who is a lawful resident of the state. They should be available to receive legal documents during normal business hours. Vermont registered agents must furnish a legal, business address within the state.

How does my business benefit from having an Vermont registered agent?

Vermont businesses benefit in many ways by selecting a registered agent. Obviously, choosing a statutory agent keeps your business entity in conformity to state law. With as your Vermont registered agent, anytime you receive any legal notification, service of process, annual report notification or letter – we accept those in your place. Momentarily, we’re scanning your documents into your online account. You’ll receive instant notification of any paperwork we scan into your Vermont registered agent account. In addition, we also keep an eye on your Vermont filing deadlines and send you reminders with how-to links so you can send in your report on time with the Vermont Secretary of State.

Can I get in trouble if I don’t have or fail to maintain a registered agent for my company?

Yes, there can be repercussions for failing to maintain your registered agent in Vermont. Penalties may or may not be assessed. The State of Vermont may revoke your corporate or LLC certificate of authority if you fail to maintain your registered agent in Vermont.