How Do You Dissolve a South Carolina Corporation?

How do you dissolve a South Carolina Corporation? Where can I find the Article of Dissolution forms?
asked Dec 17, 2012 in General Business by answernest

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To dissolve a South Carolina corporation, it is necessary to file an Articles of Dissolution with the Secretary of State. The form may be downloaded from .
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Information needed to complete an Articles of Dissolution for a South Carolina corporation includes: the name of the corporation, the entity's date of incorporation, the name and address of the registered agent, the names and addresses of the corporation's officer and directors, and the date dissolution was adopted.

The Articles of Dissolution form must also include details about the manner in which dissolution was authorized, including the number of votes cast for and against dissolving the entity (if applicable). The form must be signed by an authorized represented and submitted, along with the filing fee, to the Secretary of State's office in Columbia, South Carolina.

answered Dec 17, 2012 by answernest