What does administratively dissolved, administratively revoked, involuntarily dissolved, and revoked for annual report mean?
Under current law, a Florida entity which fails to file its annual report form as required is administratively dissolved by our office. If the entity is a foreign (or out-of-state) entity, its certificate of authority to transact business in Florida is administratively revoked. Under previous law, entities which failed to file their annual reports were involuntarily dissolved or revoked for annual report. So, these terms have the same meaning. The entities are no longer active on our records. These business entities may reinstate by filing a reinstatement application and paying the applicable fees. When the reinstatement is effective, it relates back to and takes effect as of the effective date of the dissolution or revocation.
- If a domestic entity is terminated, cancelled, or dissolved or a foreign entity’s certificate of authority or registration is revoked, is there a deadline for reinstatement?
- If a nonprofit corporation is involuntarily dissolved, terminated, or revoked for failure to file its Periodic Report, can it reinstate?
- What does administratively dissolved, administratively revoked, involuntarily dissolved, and revoked for annual report mean?