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Updated on April 29, 2024

A Vermont registered agent is a person or business authorized to receive service of process on behalf of a business. An agent does not necessarily have the authority to sign documents and does not assume liability for the business. The agent’s primary duty is to receive official documents and ensure they are forwarded to the corporation on which they are served.[1]

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Registered Agent Search

Step 1 – Visit the state’s Corporations Division Express Search page. Enter the registered agent’s name.

Step 2 – Click on the name of the entity associated with the correct registered agent.

Step 3 – Review information about the agent, including name, mailing address, and type.

Who can be a Registered Agent?

A registered agent may be an individual or a business entity, though an entity may not represent itself. The agent must have a street and mailing address in Vermont.[2]

Designating a Registered Agent

The most common way businesses select registered agents is to include their information at the time of the entity’s formation. In Vermont, businesses are formed online. To register an entity, use the Online Business Center.

Changing a Registered Agent

To change a registered agent, file a Statement of Change using the Business Services Division website.

Resigning as a Registered Agent

To resign as a registered agent, either resign directly with the entity, which will then become responsible for filing a Change of Registered Agent form with the state. Alternatively, file a Statement of Resignation.

Resignations are effective 31 days after the filing is made with the Secretary of State. If a new agent is not appointed within this timeframe, the state will terminate the business until a new agent is appointed.


  1. 11A V.S.A. § 5.04
  2. Registered Agent Changes & Resignations