In Utah the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code in the Utah Department of Commerce registers all statutory business entities, state trademarks, and article 9 lien notice filings. The Division also records certain service of process and bankruptcy filings. There are other less noticeable, but equally important filings. Those businesses which should register with the division are: profit and non-profit corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, general partnerships, sole proprietors who have an assumed name, business trusts, real estate investment trusts, and any other assumed business name. Those entities which are created by the filing with the division are: corporations and limited liability companies. For detailed information on how to conduct business as a Sole Proprietor, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, S-corporation, C-corporation, or Limited Liability Company we recommend that you get in touch with this office.
In addition to getting valuable information on incorporations and the State Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), you will most likely also be able to obtain the forms and fees required by the State to incorporate or form a business entity; how to file a Doing Business As (DBA) certificate, corporate records and other helpful information on conducting your business in the State. You can email the division directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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