What is a 1505 Corporation?

What is a 1505 Corporation

What is a 1505 Corporation?

Process Server Lance Casey & Associates states “If your corporation is registered with the California Secretary of State, you may file Form 1505 to become a corporate agent for service of process for other business entities in California that have registered with the California Secretary of State.

• The status of the corporation must be active in order to file Form 1505. The status of the corporation can be checked online on the California Secretary of State's Business Search at BusinessSearch.sos.ca.gov.

• An “Agent for Service of Process” is responsible for accepting legal documents (e.g. service of process, lawsuits, other types of legal notices, etc.) on behalf of the business entity.”

What is your cost to serve legal documents to a Registered Corporate Agent for Service of Process?

Process Server Lance Casey & Associates states "We serve complaint and summons, deposition subpoenas, civil subpoena duces tecum, notice to consumer, small claims SC-100 plaintiffs claim and order to go to small claims court to Registered Corporate Agent for Service of Process for $100."

Lance Casey & Associates will serve your legal documents to Registered Corporate Agent for Service of Process.  Complete the form below. Email your documents with instructions to LJkc916@gmail.com or fax your documents and instructions to (916) 244-2636.

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Sacramento California Registered Agent Service of Process

Lance Casey & Associates will serve legal documents to corporate registered agents located in Sacramento California.
  • Each entity will receive a proof of service form. Need the total number of proof of service forms. The price is $100 for the first entity. More than 20 pages, notary will result in additional charges.
    Choose the registered agent that will be served with our legal documents.
  • Drop files here or
    Upload your file here. You can email your file to LJKC916@gmail.com or fax your file to (916) 244-2636.
  • You will be contacted via telephone or email and advised the total price to serve the registered agent. An invoice for payment will be emailed or sent to your cell phone. Prepayment is required before service of process.

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