How To Reinstate An Arizona LLC
Revive Or Reinstate An Arizona Limited Liability Company
To reinstate your Arizona LLC, there is no application form necessary. If your Arizona LLC is found delinquent and dissolved by the Arizona Corporations Commission (ACC), you have six years from the dissolution date to file for reinstatement. This may be accomplished by filing with the commission: the delinquent documents, all filing fees that are due, and the proper reinstatement fee.
So, if you were dissolved for failure to maintain a statutory agent, you must appoint a new one by filing the Statement of Change of Statutory Agent form. (See our change your Arizona registered agent page for more details.)
If you were dissolved for failure to maintain a deliverable address, file the Statement of Change of Address of Known Place of Business or Statutory Agent.
If you were dissolved because your Arizona LLC’s life has expired, you must file the Articles of Amendment to extend your entity’s life.
If you were dissolved for failure to pay a fee due to a non sufficient funds check, submit the amount of the original fee plus an additional $10 fee.
If you were dissolved for failure to publish your Articles of Organization, you must publish in order to be reinstated.
Be sure to include filing fees for any documents as well as the $100 reinstatement fee. Your LLC’s name will only be held for six months after the date of dissolution. Another business can use your name after six months. The forms to keep your records current are available on the ACC website (see below). The forms you need to reinstate your LLC or corporation are also available in your account when you sign up for registered agent service with Northwest.
Arizona Corporation Commission contact info:
Arizona Corporation Commission
Corporations Division – Corporate Filings Section
1300 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2929