How to Reinstate a Utah LLC
To revive a Utah LLC, you’ll need to file the Application for Reinstatement with the Utah Division of Corporations. You’ll also have to fix the issues that led to your Utah LLC’s dissolution and complete a Registration Information Change Form (if needed). Below, we provide a free, step-by-step guide to reinstating your Utah LLC.
Revive A Utah Limited Liability Company
The Utah Secretary of State has the power to administratively dissolve your LLC if you fail to do any of the following:
- file annual reports
- appoint and maintain a registered agent
- pay fees, penalties, or taxes
In order to get back into business again, you can apply for reinstatement. To revive or reinstate your Utah LLC, you’ll need to submit the following to the Utah Division of Corporations:
- a completed Utah application for reinstatement
- a completed Registration Information Change Form (if needed)
- all owed fees, penalties, and taxes
What information do I need for the Utah Application for Reinstatement?
To file the Utah reinstatement application, you’ll need to provide your LLC’s name, entity number, your LLC’s new name (if needed), registered agent information, and a statement affirming that you’ve fixed all the problems that led to dissolution. The form must be signed by a member or manager.
Even if you’re not filing online, you need to fill in the application on a computer. The Division of Corporations does not accept handwritten applications.
How do I file the Utah reinstatement application?
You can submit the Utah reinstatement to the Division of Corporations online, by mail, in person, or by fax. Payment options depend on how you plan to file:
- Mail: Check or money order (payable to “State of Utah”)
- Fax: Credit or debit card (include a cover sheet with your credit card information)
- In Person: Cash, check, money order, credit card, or debit card
- Online: Credit or debit card
How much will it cost to revive a Utah LLC?
The filing fee for an Application for Reinstatement is $54. You don’t have to pay the filing fee for a Registration Information Change Form when reinstating.
How long does it take Utah to process the Application for Reinstatement?
Online reinstatement application are typically processed in one business day. Once paper filings are received, they are processed between 7-10 business days.
Can you change your Utah registered agent on the Utah reinstatement?
You can’t use the Application for Reinstatement to change your registered agent. However, you can change your Utah registered agent by attaching the Registration Information Change Form to your Application for Reinstatement. When reinstating, the filing fee for the Registration Information Change Form is waived.
What if my Utah LLC’s name was taken during administrative dissolution?
If another business adopted your Utah LLC’s name while it was dissolved, you’ll have to change your name. You can change your LLC’s name on the Utah Application for Reinstatement.
How long do you have to revive a Utah LLC?
You can revive a business in Utah for two years after the date of dissolution. If two years have passed, you’ll have to form a new Utah LLC.
Where do I submit my Application for Reinstatement?
Reinstatement applications are processed by the Utah Division of Corporations.
PO Box 146705
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Herber M. Wells Building
160 East 300 South, 1st Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
160 East 300 South, 2nd Floor or 160 East Broadway
Salt Lake City, UT 84111