SB 1062 - This act modifies the manner in which certain business organizations may file with the Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State has the authority to establish a special handling and expedited services program. These services allow customers to purchase services that guarantee rapid processing on filings or other special handling.
A limited liability corporation may electronically file its original articles of incorporation for a fee of $45 rather than the $100 currently required for paper filings.
This act allows a corporation to change the filing month for its corporate registration report in return for an additional $20 filing fee. Corporations may also opt to file the corporate registration report biennially rather than annually. The filing fee for choosing this option will be twice the fee currently required for filing annually. The Secretary of State may collect an additional $10 fee, for deposit in the Secretary of State technology fund, for each biennial report . If the corporate registration report is not filed within 90 days, the Secretary of State may proceed with corporate dissolution.
This act is similar to SB 875 (2006), and SB 368 (2007).