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<blockquote>Originally posted by creditfix

DH needs to file suit against EXP. How do we find the registered agent for them in California? :notsure: We were hoping it wouldn't come to this. :(

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look here http://kepler.ss.ca.gov/list.html and if you can't find it, call the CA sec. of state for more information.

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Thanks for the info. I went there and the status is "surrender." At the bottom of the page it says:

"If the status of the corporation is "Surrender", the agent for service of process is automatically revoked. Please refer to California Corporations Code Section 2114 for information relating to service upon corporations that have surrendered." I have been doing a search and I cannot find that particular section - please help! :p

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<blockquote>Originally posted by creditfix

Thanks for the info. I went there and the status is "surrender." At the bottom of the page it says:

"If the status of the corporation is "Surrender", the agent for service of process is automatically revoked. Please refer to California Corporations Code Section 2114 for information relating to service upon corporations that have surrendered." I have been doing a search and I cannot find that particular section - please help! :p

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2114. (a) A foreign corporation that has transacted intrastate

business and has thereafter withdrawn from business in this state may

be served with process in the manner provided in this chapter in any

action brought in this state arising out of that business, whether

or not it has ever complied with the requirements of this chapter.

(B) A foreign corporation that has surrendered its right to

transact intrastate business pursuant to Section 2112 or 2113 may be

served with process in any action upon a liability or obligation

incurred within this state prior to that surrender by delivery of the

process to the Secretary of State, or an assistant or a deputy to

the Secretary of State pursuant to this chapter and no court order

authorizing this service shall be required. The process shall be

mailed in the manner prescribed in this chapter except that it shall

be sent to the address to which process is authorized to be sent in

the certificate of surrender or to the address of the surviving

domestic corporation in the case of a surrender under Section 2113.

© If a foreign corporation that is qualified to transact

intrastate business has its right to transact such business forfeited

by the Franchise Tax Board pursuant to the Bank and Corporation Tax

Law (Part 11 (commencing with Section 23001) of Division 2 of the

Revenue and Taxation Code), service of process on that corporation

may be effected in the manner set forth in Sections 2110 and 2111, as

if the right to transact intrastate business had not been forfeited.

(d) The fact that a corporation ceases to transact intrastate

business without filing a certificate of surrender does not revoke

the appointment of any agent for the service of process.

Are you sure it's the right Experian that has a "surrendered" status? I didn't think that the CRA's could do that. :confused:

[Edit by cookiemnster on Friday, January 3, 2003 @ 01:23 PM]

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Corporation

EXPERIAN INFORMATION SOLUTIONS, INC.

Number: C1992801 Date Filed: 10/30/1996 Status: active

Jurisdiction: OHIO

Mailing Address

475 ANTON BLVD

COSTA MESA, CA 92626

Agent for Service of Process

C T CORPORATION SYSTEM

818 WEST SEVENTH STREET

LOS ANGELES, CA 90017

I think this is it. The FTC has that listed as their full business name at http://www.ftc.gov/os/2000/01/experianconsent.htm

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Thank you. I'm a bit confused because I thought I had selected the right one, Experian Corporation. I think the one you gave me is the correct one now. They both used the same Agent for Service of Process. I'll go with this one. I am just a little bit confused by the jurisdiction being OHIO. :notsure:

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