Connecticut Registered Agent
Here’s the low-down about registered agent service in Connecticut.
Define a registered agent?
A registered agent, otherwise called a resident agent, is an individual located in Connecticut who is responsible for receiving legal documents for your business. Your registered agent is required to be available and present during typical business hours.
What are the functions of a typical Connecticut registered agent?
A statutory agent in Connecticut furnishes a legal address where a person is available during normal business hours. The registered agent is responsible to receive service of process and legal documents for your company and then send this paperwork on to you. In addition, your registered agent will remind you about important filing cutoff dates like annual report forms and other things to keep your business compliant. They can also check to verify your company is in conformance with the state.
How can having a resident agent benefit my company?
Most importantly, designating our registered agent service keeps your business in compliance with Connecticut state law. Moreover, we receive and scan any service of process, legal notice, annual report, or letter received into your client account locally right here in Connecticut. You receive instantaneous notification of any notices scanned into your Connecticut registered agent client account.
As an added Connecticut registered agent service, we also monitor your State annual report due date and email you reminders with how-to links to file your paperwork before your due date with the Secretary of State.
What if I don’t have or fail to maintain a registered agent in Connecticut for my business?
Yes, there can be repercussions for failing to maintain your registered agent in Connecticut. Fees may or may not be assessed. Connecticut may revoke your corporate or LLC certificate of authority if you don’t maintain your Connecticut registered agent.