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About Your North Dakota Registered Agent

Okay, here’s the scoop about registered agent service in North Dakota.

What is a registered agent?

A registered agent, sometimes referred to as a statutory agent, is an individual located in the state of North Dakota who is responsible for accepting legal notices on behalf of your business. Your registered agent is required to be available and present during standard business hours.

Briefly, who can act as a registered agent?

Your North Dakota registered agent should be a business entity or person who is a legal citizen of North Dakota. They should be available to receive service of process during standard business hours. Registered agents in North Dakota have to provide a lawful, business address within the state.

How does my company benefit from having a registered agent?

Companies in North Dakota benefit in many ways by appointing a resident agent. Obviously, choosing a statutory agent keeps your company in conformity to North Dakota state code. With as your North Dakota registered agent, anytime you get any legal notification, service of process, letter or annual report notice – we accept those for you. Momentarily, we’re uploading your files into your customer account. You’ll get an instant notice of any paperwork we scan into your registered agent account. Additionally, we also keep track of your North Dakota annual report deadlines and send you reminders with how-to links so you can send in your paperwork ahead of schedule with the State of North Dakota.

What are the restrictions or requirements I should know about my registered agent?

There are few requirements about who can be a registered agent in North Dakota. Specifically, the entity or person acting as your resident agent needs to be located and available at a physical street address within North Dakota during normal business hours. They will be responsible to receive all tax-related and legal documents, annual report forms, litigation (service of process) documents, etc., on your behalf. It is crucial that you appoint a reputable company, such as when you’re choosing your registered agent.