PENDING REVOCATION NOTICE
Business entities that have
failed to file an annual report for two or more consecutive years will
be notified of a pending revocation of their business charter. The notice
is mailed to the registered agent of the business.
Pending Revocation Notice identifies which annual reports are outstanding
and the amount due. The reports and payment must be submitted within
60 days of the notice’s issue date via online
filing. If the filing and total fees are not submitted within that
60 day period, the active status of the business will be revoked and
the privilege of doing business using the current business name denied.
If you are no
longer conducting business and wish to close the business entity,
you will still file and pay for the outstanding annual reports and
then take the necessary steps for the dissolution of the business.
responding to a Pending Revocation Notice:
- Use online
filing. Electronic filing and payment is now mandated for all
the 10-digit entity number, the business type, and the month and
year the business was originally formed or authorized to do business
in New Jersey. This information is provided on the notice. Prompts
will take you through the online process and a confirmation number
will be provided at the conclusion of a successful filing. Payment
options are e-check, credit card and depository account. Additional
information is provided in the online
within the 60-day time period. After this period, the business will
be voided or the authority to do business in this state revoked.
To reinstate the business, additional filings and fees will be required.
the name of the registered agent or registered office. Remember
that the registered agent must have a New Jersey address, and a
street address must be provided for the registered office. A post
office box without a street address will not be accepted for the
registered office. An additional fee of $25.00 is payable for these