Can A Corporation Be Its Own Registered Agent?

The registered agent may be either a business or an individual person – and yes, you can be your own registered agent for LLC formation as long as you meet the requirements.

The registered agent must do the following: Live in the state where the LLC is registered.

Can a corporation be a registered agent?

Yes, the registered agent can be a company, however the company itself may not act as it’s own registered agent. The company that will act as the registered agent must provide a legal street address in the state of formation where service of process can be delivered weekdays during normal business hours.

Is the registered agent representing the company as an individual or business?

The registered agent is a person or entity that has agreed to be available during business hours to accept lawsuits and other documents on behalf of a business. Depending on what state you’re in, the registered agent may be called a “statutory agent.”

Can registered agent address be business?

A registered agent can either be a business or individual. Because of this, all states require that a company’s registered agent maintain a physical mailing address in the state where the company (or LLC) is registered. A PO Box does not count as a physical mailing address.

Who can be a registered agent for a nonprofit?

Nonprofits corporations are required to have a registered agent in their state of domicile and in each state where they are registered to do business. The purpose of a registered agent is to ensure that there is a place with a street address (as opposed to a P.O.