Why you need a Registered Agent?
California State laws require business entities to maintain a Resident Agent in the state that you form your business. The agent’s name and office address are included in the Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization to give public notice of where to send important documents to your business entity.
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State Fee for changing California Registered Agent
Resignation of Registered Agent: $0.00
Registered Agent Requirements
The registered agent must either be (1) a natural person residing in the state or (2) a corporation which has been approved to serve as a registered agent in the state. If another corporation is designated as agent, that corporation must have previously filed with the Secretary of State a certificate pursuant to Corporations Code section 1505. Note, a corporation cannot act as its own agent and no domestic or foreign corporation may file pursuant to section 1505 unless the corporation is currently authorized to engage in business in California and is in good standing on the records of the Secretary of State.