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Sunday, March 24, 2019

To better serve our business clients, C&B becomes a commercial registered office provider

Many small business owners face a dilemma when  starting out - what address should I use for my official business registration?   

Under Pennsylvania law (15 P.S. Sec. 109), entities required to provide a registered office address in any document filed in the Department of State may enter into a contract for the services of a Commercial Registered Office Provider (CROP), and may list the name of the CROP in lieu of providing a registered office address. This option is also available for any corporation or association that does not have a physical location or mailing address in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Listing a CROP without having entered into a contract to acquire the services of that CROP could subject a filer to civil and criminal penalties. Fictitious Name registrations may not use a CROP. 

PA Corporations Bureau


Now, our clients have that enrolled in our Counsel Access Plan may choose to use us as their registered office provider.  This is a savings of $125.00.


  


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