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Arizona LLC Changes

A.R.S. § 29-605 sets forth the requirements whereby an LLC may may change its known place of business, statutory agent or statutory agent's street address:

A. A limited liability company may change its known place of business or statutory agent, or both, by delivering to the commission a statement setting forth:

As to the Arizona LLC's name:

1. The name of the limited liability company.

As to the Arizona LLC's known place of business:

2. The address of its current known place of business.

3. If the address of its known place of business is to be changed, the new address to which the known place of business is to be changed.

As to the Arizona LLC's statutory agent:

4. The name and street address of its current statutory agent.

5. If its statutory agent or the statutory agent's street address is to be changed, the name and street address of its successor statutory agent or the statutory agent's new street address.

As to the execution of any of the aforementioned changes:

B. The statement required by subsection A of this section shall be executed by either a manager of the limited liability company if management of the limited liability company is vested in one or more managers or a member of the limited liability company if management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The change of address of the known place of business or statutory agent is effective on delivery of the statement to the commission. The appointment of a new statutory agent is effective on delivery of the statement to the commission and on receipt by the commission of evidence that the new statutory agent accepted the appointment pursuant to section 29-604, subsection B.

As to the the statutory agent's resignation:

C. A statutory agent of a limited liability company may resign as agent by delivering a written executed notice to the commission. The commission shall mail a copy of the notice to the limited liability company at its known place of business. The appointment of the agent terminates thirty-one days after receipt of the notice by the commission or on the appointment of a new statutory agent, whichever occurs first.

As to the the statutory agent changing its street address:

D. If a statutory agent changes its street address to another place in this state, it may change the address by delivering a statement to the commission as required by subsection A of this section, except that it need be signed only by the statutory agent. The statement shall recite that a copy of it has been mailed to the limited liability company.

This brief overview of some important considerations associated with Arizona LLC changes is by no means comprehensive. Always seek the advice of a competent professional when making important legal decisions.

Arizona LLC AttorneyDouglas K Cook is an Arizona llc lawyer with over 40 years of experience as a practicing attorney. Although Douglas K Cook's office is located in Mesa, Arizona, he represents clients throughout the Phoenix, Arizona Metropolitan area including the following east valley cities: Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe, Chandler, & Gilbert.

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