"Certificate of Transfer of Jurisdiction From Arkansas" - Arkansas

Certificate of Transfer of Jurisdiction From Arkansas is a legal document that was released by the Arkansas Secretary of State - a government authority operating within Arkansas.

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  • Released on November 1, 2018;
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Arkansas Secretary of State
John Thurston
1401 W. Capitol, Suite 250, Little Rock, AR 72201
501-682-3409 • www.sos.arkansas.gov
Certificate of Transfer of Jurisdiction from Arkansas
The undersigned, pursuant to Act 454 of 2001, sets forth the following:
1. Corporate name:
2. Date of incorporation:
3. The attached resolution was authorized on
,
by the
required number of shareholders.
4. This corporation must provide evidence from the new state of jurisdiction that the transfer requested will be accepted
in that state.
5. This corporation will be placed in PENDING status until the following requirement has been satisfied.
Upon filing with the new state of jurisdiction, a certified copy of the Certificate of Incorporation or other
official certificate evidencing the corporation's Incorporation under the laws of the new state of jurisdic-
tion must be filed with the Arkansas Secretary of State's office.
If this information is not received within 30 days of this filing date, this corporation will remain an
Arkansas corporation in active status and may be subject to additional tax requirements.
Executed this
day of
,
.
I understand that knowingly signing a false document with the intent to file with the Arkansas Secretary of State
is a Class C misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine up to $100.00 and/or imprisonment up to 30 days.
(President or Vice President)
(Secretary)
ATTESTED BY:
(President or Vice President)
Rev. 11/18
Filing fee $50.00 payable to Arkansas Secretary of State
Arkansas Secretary of State
John Thurston
1401 W. Capitol, Suite 250, Little Rock, AR 72201
501-682-3409 • www.sos.arkansas.gov
Certificate of Transfer of Jurisdiction from Arkansas
The undersigned, pursuant to Act 454 of 2001, sets forth the following:
1. Corporate name:
2. Date of incorporation:
3. The attached resolution was authorized on
,
by the
required number of shareholders.
4. This corporation must provide evidence from the new state of jurisdiction that the transfer requested will be accepted
in that state.
5. This corporation will be placed in PENDING status until the following requirement has been satisfied.
Upon filing with the new state of jurisdiction, a certified copy of the Certificate of Incorporation or other
official certificate evidencing the corporation's Incorporation under the laws of the new state of jurisdic-
tion must be filed with the Arkansas Secretary of State's office.
If this information is not received within 30 days of this filing date, this corporation will remain an
Arkansas corporation in active status and may be subject to additional tax requirements.
Executed this
day of
,
.
I understand that knowingly signing a false document with the intent to file with the Arkansas Secretary of State
is a Class C misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine up to $100.00 and/or imprisonment up to 30 days.
(President or Vice President)
(Secretary)
ATTESTED BY:
(President or Vice President)
Rev. 11/18
Filing fee $50.00 payable to Arkansas Secretary of State