Corporate Registered Agent Forms
A registered agent is an individual or a company approved by the state to act as agent, located at a street address in the state where the company is formed. The registered agent's name and address are included on the formation documents. This information is a matter of public record. USlegalforms.com provides packages with the required forms to appoint or change your registered agent.
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This is the person whose name and address is supplied by the corporation or receiving official documents, such as notice of a lawsuit. Also called an agent for service of process or agent for acceptance of service. States require that a corporation name an actual person (usually in the articles of incorporation or other filing with the Secretary of State) who is authorized to accept service of any lawsuit or claim against the corporation. Many larger corporations, particularly those which operate in several states, name a professional agent which represents many corporations.
Relevant legal forms include:
- Change of Registered Agent Notice
- Designation Of Registered Service Agent
What is the Role of Corporate Officers?
A corporate officer is employed by a corporation to manage its operations. These corporate officers hold high positions in a corporation at the management level. Some examples of such positions are: CEO-Chief Executive Officer, President, CFO- Chief Financial Officer, Vice-President, and General Manager. C level officer is yet another term used to address the high-ranking corporate officers.
The top corporate officers of each company will be different based on the internal decisions made by the board of directors. For example, some top level combinations are:
- CEO and President,
- COO and President,
- CEO and Chairman, and so on.