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Define a registered agent?

A registered agent, otherwise known as a statutory agent, is an entity with a physical location in Montana who is responsible for accepting legal service of process on behalf of your business. Your registered agent must be present and available during normal business hours.

What are the functions of a standard Montana registered agent?

A statutory agent in the State of Montana furnishes a physical address where a person is available during standard business hours. Your registered agent is accountable to accept service of process and legal documents on behalf of your business and then deliver these documents on to you. Additionally, your registered agent will remind you of important filing due dates like annual report forms and other renewals. An Montana registered agent can also double check to see to it that your business is compliant with Montana state law.

Sum it up for me, who can perform the duties of a registered agent?

Your Montana resident agent should be a business entity or person who is a legitimate citizen of the state. They should be present to receive service of process during standard business hours. Montana registered agents have to furnish a lawful, business address within Montana.

What kind of benefits come from having an Montana registered agent?

Companies in Montana benefit in numerous ways by appointing a registered agent. Most importantly, designating a statutory agent keeps your company in conformity to state law. With as your Montana registered agent, anytime you get any service of process, legal notice, annual report notification or letter – we accept those for you. Momentarily, we’re uploading your files into your online account. You’ll get an instant notice of any paperwork we upload into your Montana registered agent account. In addition, we also keep track of your Montana annual report deadlines and email you reminders with how-to links so you can submit your report on time with the Montana Secretary of State.