2005 Rhode Island Code - § 7-1.2-1415 — Issuance of certificate of revocation.

    (a) Upon revoking any certificate of authority, the secretary of state shall:

   (1) Issue a certificate of revocation.

   (2) File the certificate in his or her office.

   (3) Send to the corporation by regular mail the certificate of revocation, addressed to the registered office of the corporation in this state on file with the secretary of state's office; provided, however, that if a prior mailing addressed to the registered agent of the corporation in this state currently on file with the secretary of state's office has been returned to the secretary of state as undeliverable by the United States Postal Service for any reason, or if the revocation certificate is returned as undeliverable to the secretary of state's office by the United States Postal Service for any reason, the secretary of state shall give notice as follows:

   (i) To the corporation at its principal office of record as shown in its most recent annual report, and no further notice is required; or

   (ii) In the case of a foreign corporation that has not yet filed an annual report then to the corporation at its principal office shown in its application for certificate of authority, and no further notice is required.

   (b) Upon the issuance of the certificate of revocation, the authority of the corporation to transact business in this state ceases.

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