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Updated on April 29, 2024

A Utah registered agent is a person or business authorized to receive service of any process, notice, or demand on behalf of a corporation.[1] The agent is responsible for forwarding legal documents to the corporation the agent represents.[2] Every corporation must maintain a registered agent.

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Visit Utah’s Business Search page.

Step 2 – Enter the name or partial name of a business, then click “Search.” Select the business name in the left-hand column.

Step 3 – Review information about the entity’s registered agent, including a name and address.

Step 4 – To access more information about the agent, click the agent’s name and pay the associated charges using a credit card.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

An individual resident of Utah or a domestic or foreign entity authorized to transact business in Utah can serve as a corporation’s registered agent. An agent can be a commercial agent, meaning listed in the state’s database, but does not have to be.[3] Typically, a commercial agent represents multiple entities.

Designating a Registered Agent

Most entities designate their registered agent by including the agent’s name and address in their formation document. To form a business in Utah, visit the state’s OneStop Business Registration System.

Alternatively, select from the following forms, then complete and send, along with payment for the filing fee, to Division of Corporations and Commercial Code, Utah Department of Commerce, 160 East 300 South, P.O. Box 146705, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6705.

Changing a Registered Agent

To change its registered agent, an entity can file a Statement of Change through the state’s Business Renewal platform.

Resigning as a Registered Agent

A registered agent can resign by filing a signed Statement of Resignation. There is no formal template, but instructions for drafting a resignation letter are available from the Division of Corporations & Commercial Code. A statement should be mailed to PO Box 146705, Salt Lake City Utah 84114-6705.

A resignation becomes effective 31 days after filing.[4]


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