Form 111 "Articles of Dissolution for a Domestic Business Corporation" - Rhode Island

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  • Released on March 1, 2021;
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State of Rhode Island
Department of State - Business Services Division
Instructions for Filing
Articles of Dissolution for a Domestic Business Corporation
Section 7-1.2-1308
and
7-1.2-1309
of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended
The attached form is designed to meet minimal statutory filing requirements pursuant to the relevant statutory provision. This form and the
information provided are not substitutes for the advice and services of an attorney and/or tax specialist.
All filings are public records under RIGL 38-2-1, et seq. This means all information is available to the public by a variety of methods
including, without limitations, inspections at our office, telephone inquiries and electronically through our online database.
This legal document should be typed. All illegible documents will be REJECTED.
How to pay the filing fee:
How to complete the form:
The filing fee is $50, payable either by mail via check
Before submitting this form, ensure your entity has
made payable to RI Department of State or in person
filed its final tax return and is in good standing with
via cash, credit card, or check at the Business Services
the RI Division of Taxation. You can confirm your tax
Division, 148 W. River Street, Ste. 1, Providence, RI
status by contacting the Division of Taxation at tax.
02904. Contact our office at (401) 222-3040 for further
collections@tax.ri.gov or (401) 574-8941.
information.
1. List the entity’s ID number. The ID number can be found
How to confirm your filing:
by looking up your entity in the
Corporate
Database.
2. List the name of the corporation. The entity name can be
Entity records are retrievable and viewable through our
verified through our
Corporate
Database.
website. Successful filings will NOT result in a mailed
3. Check the box indicating whether the entity is being
confirmation. Filings that cannot be processed will
dissolved by consent of the shareholders or by an act of
be posted
online
and then returned. To confirm your
the corporation.
submission and obtain evidence of your filing:
4. All debts of the corporation must be paid and/or
Go to our
Corporate Database
bankruptcy proceedings must be complete before filing
Enter the name or ID number of your entity and click
this form. Verify your tax status by emailing
“Search”
tax.collections@tax.ri.gov.
Click on the link to your entity record, scroll down,
5. All remaining property and assets must be distributed to
select “All Filings” and then “View Filing”
shareholders according to their rights before filing this
Identify desired type of filing and click on “PDF”
form.
under “View PDF” to view and print the record
6. There may not be any legal suits pending against the
entity when you file this form.
7. As required by RIGL 7-1.2-1309, the entity must certify
that it has paid all fees and taxes. Confirm with the RI
Division of Taxation that all tax debts have been satisfied.
8. Check “Date received” unless you prefer that the
Dissolution goes into effect at a later date than the form
is received in the office. Any later date must be within 90
days of filing.
9. An Authorized Officer MUST sign and date the form.
FORM 111 - Revised: 03/2021
State of Rhode Island
Department of State - Business Services Division
Instructions for Filing
Articles of Dissolution for a Domestic Business Corporation
Section 7-1.2-1308
and
7-1.2-1309
of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended
The attached form is designed to meet minimal statutory filing requirements pursuant to the relevant statutory provision. This form and the
information provided are not substitutes for the advice and services of an attorney and/or tax specialist.
All filings are public records under RIGL 38-2-1, et seq. This means all information is available to the public by a variety of methods
including, without limitations, inspections at our office, telephone inquiries and electronically through our online database.
This legal document should be typed. All illegible documents will be REJECTED.
How to pay the filing fee:
How to complete the form:
The filing fee is $50, payable either by mail via check
Before submitting this form, ensure your entity has
made payable to RI Department of State or in person
filed its final tax return and is in good standing with
via cash, credit card, or check at the Business Services
the RI Division of Taxation. You can confirm your tax
Division, 148 W. River Street, Ste. 1, Providence, RI
status by contacting the Division of Taxation at tax.
02904. Contact our office at (401) 222-3040 for further
collections@tax.ri.gov or (401) 574-8941.
information.
1. List the entity’s ID number. The ID number can be found
How to confirm your filing:
by looking up your entity in the
Corporate
Database.
2. List the name of the corporation. The entity name can be
Entity records are retrievable and viewable through our
verified through our
Corporate
Database.
website. Successful filings will NOT result in a mailed
3. Check the box indicating whether the entity is being
confirmation. Filings that cannot be processed will
dissolved by consent of the shareholders or by an act of
be posted
online
and then returned. To confirm your
the corporation.
submission and obtain evidence of your filing:
4. All debts of the corporation must be paid and/or
Go to our
Corporate Database
bankruptcy proceedings must be complete before filing
Enter the name or ID number of your entity and click
this form. Verify your tax status by emailing
“Search”
tax.collections@tax.ri.gov.
Click on the link to your entity record, scroll down,
5. All remaining property and assets must be distributed to
select “All Filings” and then “View Filing”
shareholders according to their rights before filing this
Identify desired type of filing and click on “PDF”
form.
under “View PDF” to view and print the record
6. There may not be any legal suits pending against the
entity when you file this form.
7. As required by RIGL 7-1.2-1309, the entity must certify
that it has paid all fees and taxes. Confirm with the RI
Division of Taxation that all tax debts have been satisfied.
8. Check “Date received” unless you prefer that the
Dissolution goes into effect at a later date than the form
is received in the office. Any later date must be within 90
days of filing.
9. An Authorized Officer MUST sign and date the form.
FORM 111 - Revised: 03/2021
State of Rhode Island
Department of State - Business Services Division
STAMP
Articles of Dissolution
FOR
DOMESTIC Business Corporation
SECRETARY OF STATE
USE ONLY
Filing Fee: $50.00
Pursuant to the provisions of RIGL
7-1.2-1308
and 7-1.2-1309, the undersigned corporation adopts
the following Articles of Dissolution for the purpose of dissolving the corporation:
1. Entity ID Number:
2. The name of the corporation is:
3. The dissolution was approved by (CHECK ONE):
consent of the shareholders pursuant to RIGL
7-1.2-1302.
OR
an act of the corporation pursuant to RIGL 7-1.2-1303.
4. All debts, obligations and liabilities of the corporation
5. All remaining property and assets of the corporation have
have been paid and discharged, or have been subject to a
been distributed among its shareholders in accordance with
completed bankruptcy proceeding under Title II of the U.S.
their respective rights and interests.
Code.
6. There are no suits pending against the corporation in any
7. The corporation certifies that it has no outstanding tax
court, or that adequate provision has been made for the
obligations. As required by
RIGL
7-1.2-1309, the corporation
satisfaction of any judgement, order, or decree which may
has paid all fees and taxes. [Note: tax status can be verified
be entered against it in any pending suit.
by emailing tax.collections@tax.ri.gov.]
8. Date when these Articles of Dissolution will be effective: CHECK ONE BOX ONLY
Date received (Upon filing)
Later effective date (Date must be no more than 90 days from the date of filing) ____________________________
Under penalty of perjury, I/we declare and affirm that I/we have examined these Articles of Dissolution, including any ac-
companying attachments, and that all statements contained herein are true and correct.
Type or Print Name of Authorized Officer
Date
Signature of Authorized Officer of the Corporation
MAIL TO:
Division of Business Services
STAMP
148 W. River Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02904-2615
Phone: (401) 222-3040
Website: www.sos.ri.gov
FOR
SECRETARY OF STATE
USE ONLY
If you have any questions, please call us at (401) 222-3040, Monday through Friday,
between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or email corporations@sos.ri.gov.
FORM 111 - Revised: 03/2021
State of Rhode Island
Department of State - Business Services Division
Filer Contact Information
In the event our office needs more information in order to complete the filing of this
document, we ask for the filer’s contact information. All fields are REQUIRED.
Name:
Date:
Entity Name:
Street Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Email Address:
Phone Number:
If you have any questions, please call us at (401) 222-3040, Monday through Friday,
between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or email corporations@sos.ri.gov.
FORM 111 - Revised: 03/2021
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