Section: Partial unconstitutionality
a. In addition to any other ground for revocation provided by law, the certificate of authority of a foreign corporation to conduct activities in this State may be revoked by the Secretary of State upon the conditions prescribed in this section when:
(1) The corporation has failed to apply for an amended certificate of authority within 90 days after it was required to do so under this act; or
(2) The corporation has failed to maintain a registered agent in this State as required by this act; or
(3) The corporation has failed, after change of its registered office or registered agent to file in the office of the Secretary of State a statement of the change as required by this act.
b. A certificate of authority of a foreign corporation shall not be revoked by the Secretary of State unless:
(1) The Secretary of State has given the corporation not less than 90 days' notice that the default exists and that its certificate of authority will be revoked unless the default is cured within 90 days after the mailing of the notice; and
(2) The corporation shall fail prior to revocation to cure the default.
The notice shall be sent by certified mail to the corporation at its registered office in this State and at its main office or headquarters as those offices are on record in the office of the Secretary of State.
c. Upon revoking any certificate of authority the Secretary of State shall issue a certificate of revocation and shall mail a copy to the corporation at each of the addresses designated in subsection b. of this section and shall forward a copy to the Attorney General.
d. The issuance of the certificate of revocation shall have the same force and effect as the issuance of a certificate of withdrawal under subsection b. of section 15A:13-8.
L.1983, c. 127, s. 15A:13-10, eff. Oct. 1, 1983.
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