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I have a Corp from 1996 that is inactive. I formed the corp. then I did nothing with the corp. It was dissolved due to not filing a Annual Report.

 

Experian has a file it's been listed for 10 years, but no credit. I plan on calling the SOS any asking what is needed to reinstate the corp.

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It would be awesome if you could make it happen however, I just had a similar situation. I formed one in 2002 and let it go. It went inactive in 2003. I'm in VA and the SCC folks said that I could bring it active for the fees that passed each year and this year. Total cost is $650 for the 5 years of inactivity plus the current year and fees.

 

The problem you may face is that I am just barely able to make this happen, there is a 5 year limitation here. So, if I had waited until Feb 08 to bring active I would have been SOL.

 

Time is gonna be the main thing you have to worry about along with any possible issues/suits etc, but they can search it for you before you pay anything.

 

Good Luck!

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It;s a Florida Corp. From what i see on thier web site it can be done. It might cost me $2,500 +++ but we will see when i call.

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Before spending $2500, see how much a similar aged corporation is worth- you may be able to buy one for less- or you may find that its worth your investment even if you were only doing it to sell!

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I talked to the State of Florida. It will cost me $150 for each year it was inactive. Also when it's reinstated it will only show the incorporation of 1996. But the best part is i know it's a good Corp. Because i never did anything with the corp. Also it's been in the Experian database for 10 years. :aggressive::)

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