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Updated on February 27, 2024

A Minnesota registered agent is a person or corporation domiciled in the state that acts as a legal point of contact for a corporation. The agent is responsible for receiving official documents on the corporation’s behalf. Every business must have one.[1]

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Go to the Business Filings Online page to get started.

Step 2 – While there’s no option to search the database by a registered agent’s name, it’s possible to locate information about agents by searching for the entities they represent. Enter the entity’s name (or part of its name) and click “Search.” Click “Details” on the line associated with the entity.

Step 3 – Review information about the entity, including the name of its registered agent.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

In Minnesota, a registered agent can be a natural person residing in the state, a domestic corporation or LLC, or a foreign corporation or LLC authorized to transact business in the state. The agent’s office address must be identical to the address of the corporation’s registered office.[2]

Can I be a Registered Agent?

The most common way for a corporation to select a registered agent is to include the agent in its formation document. To form an entity, select the appropriate form from the list below. Complete it and either mail or deliver the form, along with payment for the indicated filing fee, to the
Minnesota Secretary of State, First National Bank Building, 332 Minnesota Street, N201, Saint Paul, MN 55101.
The fee schedule outlines all filing fees, plus fees for expedited processing.

The forms can also be filed online. Instructions for online filing are available on the Secretary of State’s website.

Changing a Registered Agent

To change the registered agent, file a statement with the secretary that indicates the name of the business, its address, the names of the old agent and the new agent, and a statement that the change has been authorized by a resolution approved by the majority of the entity’s governing body.[3]

Notice of Change of Registered Office/Registered Agent

Download: PDF


Resigning as a Registered Agent

A registered agent may resign by filing a written notice of resignation with the Secretary of State. The notice must be accompanied by a signed statement verifying that notice of the agent’s resignation was given to the corporation. The resignation becomes effective 30 days after the notice is filed.[4]


  1. Chapter 5, Section 36, Subd. 2
  2. Chapter 5, Section 36, Subd. 2
  3. Chapter 5, Section 36, Subd. 3
  4. Chapter 5, Section 36, Subd. 4