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    Good afternoon, all: I think it is important to note that for a variety of reasons, a Secretary of State may choose to look at types of institutions and activities in a different way. This will ...

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    All: The take Kristen's university counsel is taking is intriguing, since it would seem to contradict guidance we've gotten from SAN on the Secretary of State "problem."  I'm intrigued because of the ...

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    Jacob, As a public state-funded university, our university counsel has determined that these requirements do not apply to us since we would have to file as either a "for-profit" or "non-profit" entity, ...

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    Hi Jacob, We use CT Corporation, a subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer. They have a location in every state and they also have a great international team, in case you need to file in Mexico! Please feel to ...

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