How do you Dissolve a Minnesota Corporation?

How Do You Dissolve a Minnesota Corporation?
asked Dec 17, 2012 in General Business by answernest

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To dissolve a Minnesota Corporation, it is necessary to file a Notice of Intent to Dissolve with the Secretary of State.
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Necessary information includes: the name of the corporation, the date on which dissolution was authorized, and the manner in which agreement regarding the motion to dissolve was reached.

The form must be signed by an authorized representative of the corporation. It must also include the name, telephone number, and email address of the corporation’s designated contact person.

The form may be downloaded from . It must be submitted, along with the filing fee, to the Business Services Division of the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office in St. Paul.

answered Dec 17, 2012 by answernest