Form CSCL/CD-530 "Certificate of Dissolution for Use by Domestic Corporations" - Michigan

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  • Released on October 1, 2017;
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Download Form CSCL/CD-530 "Certificate of Dissolution for Use by Domestic Corporations" - Michigan

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CSCL/CD-530 (Rev. 10/17)
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
CORPORATIONS, SECURITIES & COMMERCIAL LICENSING BUREAU
Date Received
(FOR BUREAU USE ONLY)
AC1
This document is effective on the date filed, unless a
subsequent effective date within 90 days after received
date is stated in the document.
Name
Address
City
State
ZIP Code
EFFECTIVE DATE:
Document will be returned to the name and address you enter above.
If left blank, document will be returned to the registered office.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
For use by Domestic Corporations
(Please read information and instructions on the last page)
Pursuant to the provisions of Act 284, Public Acts of 1972 (profit corporations), or Act 162, Public Acts of 1982 (nonprofit
corporations), the undersigned execute the following Certificate:
1. The name of the corporation is:
2. The identification number assigned by the Bureau is:
3. The corporation has not commenced business or affairs, has issued no shares, has no members entitled to vote on
dissolution, and has no debts or other liabilities.
4. The corporation has received no payments on subscriptions for its shares or memberships, contributions or other funds
from members or third parties, or, if it has received payments, has returned them to those entitled thereto, less any part
thereof disbursed for expenses.
5. A majority of the incorporators or directors have elected that the corporation be dissolved.
Signed this
day of
,
Signatures of a majority of the
Incorporators or
Directors (check only one box)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
CSCL/CD-530 (Rev. 10/17)
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
CORPORATIONS, SECURITIES & COMMERCIAL LICENSING BUREAU
Date Received
(FOR BUREAU USE ONLY)
AC1
This document is effective on the date filed, unless a
subsequent effective date within 90 days after received
date is stated in the document.
Name
Address
City
State
ZIP Code
EFFECTIVE DATE:
Document will be returned to the name and address you enter above.
If left blank, document will be returned to the registered office.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
For use by Domestic Corporations
(Please read information and instructions on the last page)
Pursuant to the provisions of Act 284, Public Acts of 1972 (profit corporations), or Act 162, Public Acts of 1982 (nonprofit
corporations), the undersigned execute the following Certificate:
1. The name of the corporation is:
2. The identification number assigned by the Bureau is:
3. The corporation has not commenced business or affairs, has issued no shares, has no members entitled to vote on
dissolution, and has no debts or other liabilities.
4. The corporation has received no payments on subscriptions for its shares or memberships, contributions or other funds
from members or third parties, or, if it has received payments, has returned them to those entitled thereto, less any part
thereof disbursed for expenses.
5. A majority of the incorporators or directors have elected that the corporation be dissolved.
Signed this
day of
,
Signatures of a majority of the
Incorporators or
Directors (check only one box)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Signature)
(Signature)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
(Type or Print Name and Title)
CSCL/CD-530 (Rev. 10/17)
Preparer's Name
(
)
Business telephone number
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS
1. A Certificate of Dissolution cannot be filed until this form, or a comparable document, is submitted. This form may be used to draft your Certificate of
Dissolution. A document required or permitted to be filed under the act cannot be filed unless it contains the minimum information required by the act.
The format provided contains only the minimal information required to make the document fileable and may not meet your needs. This is a legal
document and agency staff cannot provide legal advice.
2. Submit one original of this document. Upon filing, the document will be added to the records of the Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing
Bureau. The original will be returned to your registered office address unless you enter a different address in the box on the front of this document.
Since this document will be maintained on electronic format, it is important that the filing be legible. Documents with poor black and
white contrast, or otherwise illegible, will be rejected.
3. This Certificate is to be used pursuant to section 803 of Act 284, P.A. of 1972 or Act 162, P.A. of 1982, by incorporators or directors to dissolve a
corporation that has not yet commenced transacting business or conducting affairs.
4. Item 2 - Enter the identification number previously assigned to the Bureau. If this number is unknown, leave it blank.
5. A tax clearance from the Michigan Department of Treasury is not required for this form of dissolution.
6. All nonprofit corporations, unless organized for religious purposes, must obtain a consent to the dissolution or a written statement that the consent is
not required from the Attorney General's Office and submit it with this document. Contact the Charitable Trust Section, Licensing and Regulation
Division, Department of Attorney General, P.O. Box 30214, Lansing, MI 48909 or phone (517) 373-1152. Application for the consent should be made
at least 120 days before the desired effective date of the dissolution. This certificate cannot be filed unless it is accompanied by either: the written
consent of the Attorney General, an order of a Circuit Court dissolving the corporation, or an affidavit attesting to the submission of a written request
to the Attorney General for consent to the filing and the failure of the Attorney General to respond within 120 days.
7. This Certificate must be signed by a majority of the incorporators or directors of the corporation.
8. NONREFUNDABLE FEES: Make remittance payable to the State of Michigan. Include corporation name and identification number on check or
money order...................................................................................................................................................................................................$10.00
Submit with check or money order by mail:
To submit in person:
Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
2501 Woodlake Circle
Okemos, MI
Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing Bureau
Corporations Division
Telephone: (517) 241-6470
P.O. Box 30054
Fees may be paid by check, money order, VISA, MasterCard,
Lansing, MI 48909
or Discover when delivered in person to our office.
COFS (Corporations Online Filing System):
This document may be completed and submitted online at www.michigan.gov/corpfileonline.
Fees may be paid by VISA, MasterCard, or Discover.
Documents that are endorsed filed are available at www.michigan.gov/corpentitysearch. If the submitted document is not fileable, the notice of refusal to
file and document will be available at the Rejected Filing Search website at www.michigan.gov/corprejectedsearch.
LARA is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids, services and other reasonable accommodations are available upon request to individuals
with disabilities.
Optional expedited service.
Expedited review and filing, if fileable, is available for all documents for profit corporations, limited
liability companies, limited partnerships and nonprofit corporations.
The nonrefundable expedited service fee is in addition to the regular fees applicable to the specific
document.
Please complete a separate CSCL/CD-272 form for expedited service for each document submitted
in person or by mail.
24-hour service - $50 for formation documents and applications for certificate of authority.
24-hour service - $100 for any document concerning an existing entity.
Same day service
Same day - $100 for formation documents and applications for certificate of
authority.
Same day - $200 for any document concerning an existing entity.
Review completed on day of receipt. Document and request for same day expedited
service must be received by 1 p.m. EST OR EDT.
Two hour - $500
Review completed within two hours on day of receipt. Document and request for two hour
expedited service must be received by 3 p.m. EST OR EDT.
One hour - $1000
Review completed within one hour on day of receipt. Document and request for 1 hour
expedited service must be received by 4 p.m. EST OR EDT.
Documents submitted by mail are delivered to a remote location for receipts processing and are
then forwarded to the Corporations Division for review. Day of receipt for mailed expedited service
requests is the day the Corporations Division receives the request.
Rev. 10/17
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