Application for authority to transact business
(1) A foreign corporation may apply for authority to transact business in this state by delivering an application to the office of the Secretary of State for filing. The application must set forth:
(a) The name of the foreign corporation or, if the name the foreign corporation uses is unavailable for filing in this state, another corporate name that satisfies the requirements of ORS 60.717 (Corporate name of foreign corporation);
(b) The name of the state or country under whose law the foreign corporation is incorporated;
(c) The foreign corporation’s registry number in the state or country under whose law the foreign corporation is incorporated;
(d) The foreign corporation’s date of incorporation and period of duration if the period is not perpetual;
(e) The address, including street and number and mailing address, if different, of the foreign corporation’s principal office;
(f) The address, including street and number, of the foreign corporation’s registered office in this state and the name of the foreign corporation’s registered agent at the registered office; and
(g) The names and respective addresses of the president and secretary of the foreign corporation.
(2)(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this subsection, the foreign corporation shall deliver with the completed application a certificate of existence, or a document of similar import, current within 60 days of delivery and authenticated by the official having custody of corporate records in the state or country under whose law the foreign corporation is incorporated.
(b) A foreign corporation need not submit a certificate of existence or document in accordance with paragraph (a) of this subsection if the official who has custody of corporate records in the state or country under whose law the foreign corporation is incorporated provides free access via the Internet to a searchable database that contains evidence of corporate registrations. [1987 c.52 §157; 2011 c.147 §4]
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