A Corporate Formality with Significant Implications – Carefully Select your Community Association’s Registered Agent

Virginia law related to registered agents is deceptively simple:

· Every corporation authorized to transact business in Virginia (including incorporated community associations associations), are required to maintain a registered office and a registered agent within the state;

· Registered agents in Virginia have only one statutory duty – to forward to the business entity at its last known address any process, notice or demand that is served on the registered agent;

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