Are you currently serving as a Nevada registered agent, but no longer wish to fulfill this position?
The state of Nevada has a simple process for resigning as a registered agent, but you should be aware of the relevant rules and regulations before you attempt to do so. In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know to resign as a registered agent in Nevada.
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How to Resign as a Registered Agent in Nevada
If you no longer wish to serve as a registered agent for a Nevada corporation, limited liability company (LLC), limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or business trust, there’s one simple form you’ll need to fill out.
The document that a Nevada registered agent must submit in order to resign is the Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent, which is suitable for both for all business entity types. The document is a single-page form that asks the resigning agent for the following information:
- The name of the resigning registered agent
- The name of the business entity
- The entity number
- The name and address of the individual to which written notice has been furnished
- The signature of the resigning agent
The document may be printed and completed as a PDF form here and then mailed to the Nevada Secretary of State at the following address:
Barbara K. Cegavske
Secretary of State
202 North Carson Street
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4201
The filing fee to submit the Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent in Nevada is $100.00. For commercial registered agents wishing to end their appointment for more than one business entity, there is an additional $1.00 for every additional listing.
Lastly, it is the responsibility of the registered agent to furnish the business entity with written notice of the resignation before submitting the Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent document. In submitting the resignation document, the registered agent certifies that written notice has already been sent.
The process for resigning as a registered agent for a Nevada business entity is quite simple, but it’s very important that you complete these steps accurately.
You certainly don’t want to make a mistake that leads to your resignation not being processed correctly, because registered agents are liable for failure to fulfill their responsibilities. We hope this article answered any questions you had about resigning as a registered agent in Nevada!