Articles of Organization or Incorporation

Articles of Organization and Articles of Incorporation are documents filed with the Secretary of State to establish the legal entities of Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and Corporations respectively.  The Requirements of what must be included differs between Articles of Organization and Articles of Incorporation. Articles of Organization must be filed with the Secretary of State, while Articles of Incorporation must be filed with the Secretary of State unless there is a statutory provision that requires they be filed with the Commissioner of Commerce.

Articles of Incorporation: Post Filing

Once the Articles of Organization or Incorporation have been filed along with accompanying fees, the authority that the Articles were filed with will issue a Certificate of Organization or Incorporation which is presumptive evidence that all conditions precedent to Organization or Incorporation have been complied with.

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