How Do You Dissolve a Pennsylvania Corporation?

How to dissolve a business or corporation in the State of Pennsylvania. What is needed to perform the dissolution.
asked Dec 17, 2012 in General Business by answernest

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To dissolve a Pennsylvania corporation, it is necessary to file an Articles of Dissolution with the Corporation Bureau of the office of the Secretary of State. The form is available for download at .
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Information required for Articles of Dissolution for Pennsylvania corporations includes: the name of the corporation, the address of the entity's registered office or that of its commercial registered office provider, the county in which the registered office or vendor is located, the statute under which the entity was incorporated, and its date of incorporation.

It is also necessary to include the names and addresses of the corporation's directors along with the names, addresses, and official title's of its officers. The form must indicate the manner in which dissolution was approved, a statement regarding the status of how the entity's liabilities will be resolved and assets will be distributed, and information about any pending legal actions impacting the entity.

The Articles of Dissolution must be signed by an authorized representative of the corporation and be submitted, along with the filing fee, to the office of the Secretary of State in Harrisburg.

answered Dec 17, 2012 by answernest