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How To Resign As A Registered Agent In Connecticut

To resign as a registered agent in Connecticut, you must submit two copies of a statement of resignation of registered agent and payment for processing by mail, fax or in-person to the Connecticut Secretary of the State, Commercial Recording Division. Then, immediately send written notice of your resignation to the company you had been representing. The resignation may include a statement that the registered office is also discontinued.

There is no official form to resign as a registered agent in Connecticut. Standard processing time for the resignation of a Connecticut registered agent is 7-10 business days, but service can be expedited to a 24-hour turnaround for $50. The fee to resign as a Connecticut registered agent varies by entity type: $50 for-profit corporations and LLCs, $20 non-profit corporations and LPs.

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The Steps To Resign As A Connecticut Registered Agent:

  1. To resign, the Connecticut registered agent must submit two copies of a statement of resignation and payment for processing ($50 for-profit corporations and LLCs, $20 non-profits and LPs) to the Connecticut Secretary of the State, Commercial Recording Division.
  2. The agent must then immediately provide written notice of their resignation to the company they had been representing.

The Connecticut registered agent’s resignation is effective as of the 31st day after the statement is filed with the Connecticut Secretary of State or when a new registered agent is designated for the company, whichever comes first.

Items To Include On The Connecticut Resignation Of Registered Agent

The following items must be on the Connecticut registered agent’s statement of resignation though there is no official form:

  1. Name of the company
  2. Name of the resigning registered agent
  3. A statement that the agent resigns
  4. Address of the company where the agent will send their notice of resignation
  5. Date
  6. Signature of registered agent

Connecticut Registered Agent Resignation FAQ

Must The Registered Agent Notify The Company Before Filing Resignation With Connecticut?

No. The Connecticut registered agent must immediately provide written notice of their resignation date to the company they had been representing upon submission of their statement to the Secretary of the State.

Is There A Fee To Resign As A Connecticut Registered Agent?

Yes. The fee to resign as a Connecticut registered agent depends on entity type. The fee to resign from an LLC or for-profit corporation is $50. The fee to resign from a non-profit corporation or LP is $20. Payment can be made by check, credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express) or an established customer account with the Connecticut Secretary of the State (must provide customer ID number). Make checks payable to “Connecticut Secretary of the State”.

Can The Connecticut Registered Agent File Their Resignation Online?

No. It is not possible to submit a Connecticut registered agent’s resignation online.

How Long Does It Take The State To Process A Registered Agent Resignation In Connecticut?

Standard processing for the resignation of a Connecticut registered agent takes 7-10 business days, but service can be expedited to 24 hours for an additional $50. An Expedited Service Request form must be attached to the document when filing in-person and the Expedited Service box must be checked on the Fax Filing Service Request when filing via fax.

When Does A Registered Agent’s Resignation Become Effective In Connecticut?

A Connecticut registered agent’s resignation is effective as of the 31st day after their statement is filed with the Secretary of State or when a new registered agent is appointed, whichever comes first.

What If The Connecticut Registered Agent Resigns While The Company Is Still Active?

Corporations and LLCs are required by Connecticut state law to maintain a registered agent during the life of the company. If a Connecticut company is without a registered agent, the Secretary of State will notify the company by certified mail. If the company fails to appoint a new registered agent within three months of the notification, the company can be administratively dissolved. To change registered agents, the Connecticut company must submit a Change of Agent form and payment for processing ($50 LLCs and for-profit corporations; $20 non-profit corporations and LPs) to the Secretary of the State.

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Which Connecticut Agency Does The Registered Agent Send Their Resignation To?

Submit the registered agent’s resignation and payment for filing by mail, fax or in-person to:

Mail:

Connecticut Secretary of the State
Commercial Recording Division
PO Box 150470
Hartford, CT 06115-0470

In-person:

Connecticut Secretary of the State
Commercial Recording Division
30 Trinity St
Hartford, CT 06106

Fax number: 860-509-6069

Make sure to include the fax filing service request form with your document.

For inquiries call: 800-392-2122

Connecticut Secretary of State Business Services website

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