How To Reinstate A North Dakota Corporation
Reinstate Or Revive A North Dakota Corporation:
Reinstating your North Dakota corporation is an easy, straightforward process. Just file the past due annual report, report fee, and reinstatement fee within one year of revocation.
North Dakota allows filing in person, by mail, or by fax.
North Dakota SOS accepts VISA, Master Card, or Discover. You must pay by credit card if you file by fax. If you deliver documents by hand or by mail, you may pay by credit card or check.
How much will it cost to reinstate a North Dakota corporation?
You will have to pay $85 for the report fee and $135 for the reinstatement fee.
How long does it take the state to process the filing?
Processing normally takes 30 days.
North Dakota does not offer expedited processing.
How long does your North Dakota corporation have to be inactive with the state before you wouldn’t have any fees, and would just have to start over with a new North Dakota corporation?
Since the reinstatement period is only one year, after that time, you could start over by forming a new North Dakota corporation. However, there is no protection for your corporate name, so if you wait to form a new business, you could lose that name to someone else.
Can I change information at the time of reinstatement?
There is no Secretary of State form for reinstatement, but since you will be filing your delinquent annual report, that is an acceptable way to make changes to officers, managers, or your principal address. You can change your North Dakota registered agent on the annual report as well.
How many annual reports can you miss before you can’t revive your North Dakota corporation?
The SOS will revoke your North Dakota corporations charter or authority one year after a delinquent annual report was due. One year after revocation, you will no longer be eligible to reinstate a business. So you can miss the two reports, but if you don’t file by the date the third is due, you will not be eligible for reinstatement.