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Restated articles of organization are simply a modified version of the original. Limited liability companies, also known as LLCs, are permitted to make changes to their articles of organization. When such changes are made, they are referred to as amendments.
Restated Articles of Incorporation can be mailed to Secretary of State, Document Filing Support Unit, 1500 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 or delivered in person (drop off) to the Sacramento office. Certificates of Amendment are filed only in the Secretary of States Sacramento office.
Amended means changed, i.e., that someone has revised the document. Restated means presented in its entirety, i.e., as a single, complete document. Accordingly, amended and restated means a complete document into which one or more changes have been incorporated.
In many states, this agency is the office of the Secretary of State for Articles of Organization filing. However, in Arizona, youll need to file your formation documents with the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC).
Amended means changed, i.e., that someone has revised the document. Restated means presented in its entirety, i.e., as a single, complete document. Accordingly, amended and restated means a complete document into which one or more changes have been incorporated.
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Corporations that, in separate filings, have amended sections of the original Articles of Incorporation, can use the Restated Articles of Incorporation (Form DC-4) to restate the entire articles of incorporation so that there is only one document to reference in the future.
Restated Articles of Incorporation can be mailed to Secretary of State, Document Filing Support Unit, 1500 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 or delivered in person (drop off) to the Sacramento office. Certificates of Amendment are filed only in the Secretary of States Sacramento office.
A corporation restating its Articles of Incorporation must submit to the Arizona Corporation Commission both the Restated Articles and a Certificate setting forth certain required information about how the Restated Articles were approved by the corporation. See A.R.S. 10-11007.
Arizonas Articles of Incorporation Protects the stockholders, officers, and directors with limited liability. Meets the state or central government law requiring registration of the businesss name. Provides structure and integrity to the business.
Corporations that, in separate filings, have amended sections of the original Articles of Incorporation, can use the Restated Articles of Incorporation (Form DC-4) to restate the entire articles of incorporation so that there is only one document to reference in the future.

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