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Nominee Officers

Information regarding Nominee Officers is provided in the following sub-sections:

DESCRIPTION

Nominee Officers are used when the principal parties of a corporate structure wish to keep their involvement in a corporation private. A nominee officer can replace your Secretary, Treasurer, President and Directors on the required Secretary of State filings. Using a Nominee Officer enables you to keep your name from being listed on the public record associated with your corporate entity.

Nevada corporate law allows the officers of corporate structuring to be replaced by Nominee Officers. As a factor in liability and asset preservation, the use of Nominee Officers affords a great deal of privacy and protection. Nevada Corporate Associates recommends that all clients use Nominee Officers, unless they have a specific requirement to maintain a high profile image.

FEATURES

Corporations in the State of Nevada have used Nominee Officers for approximately 70 years. Typically, this service provides the name and signature of a nominee on the annual list of officers filed with the Secretary of State, The only Nevada Revised Statute section 78 mandated public record of the corporation.

The use of nominee officer services is a very important factor in most of the strategies used by Nevada corporations. A nominee Officer, or corporate Director has no authority to act for the corporation except as a nominee signatory. When the Articles of Incorporation and Corporate Bylaws are formed the corporation appoints a nominee officer to act as signatory and constrains them to a controlled set of authorized duties.

By using our nominee officer services you can provide your corporation with nominee officers and directors enabling you to keep your name off state public records. This service provides a layer of isolation between your assets and potential lawsuits. When an attorney files a lawsuit they conduct an asset search across the country.

Owners of Nevada corporations are not required to be identified on state records, only the President, Secretary, Treasurer and Directors. Therefore, you can become a corporate Vice President, control the company and remain anonymous with regards to the public record.

Nominee officers enable you to maintain full control of your corporation while providing complete privacy. By having nominee directors and officers represent the positions required to be reported on public file, your relationship with the corporation remains totally private.

TYPICAL USES

The nominee officer services Nevada Corporate Associates provides can range from simply starting the corporate structure to providing complete day-to-day operational management. We offer three pre-packaged nominee officer plans and can also custom design a nominee officer plan to meet your specific requirements.

LEVEL-ONE NOMINEE OFFICER SERVICES

  • Signs the initial List of Officers, Amendments, Dissolutions, Generic Resolutions, and stock certificates.
  • Resigns sixty days after the formation of the company.

LEVEL-TWO NOMINEE OFFICER SERVICES

  • Signs the initial List of Officers, Amendments, Dissolutions, Generic Resolutions, and stock certificates.
  • Retains corporate officer position(s).
  • Signs specific office space or equipment leases.
  • Signs Service agreements.
  • Signs specific contracts i.e. insurance, leases, etc.
  • Does not provide a personal guarantee on any document.
  • Assists in opening of merchant account.
  • Performs foreign corporation filings in other states.

LEVEL-THREE NOMINEE OFFICER SERVICES

    • Signs the initial List of Officers, Amendments, Dissolutions, Generic Resolutions, and stock certificates.
    • Retains corporate officer position(s).
    • Signs specific office space or equipment leases.
    • Signs Service agreements.
    • Signs specific contracts i.e. insurance, leases, etc.
    • Does not provide a personal guarantee on any document.
    • Assists in opening of merchant account.
    • Performs foreign corporation filings in other states.
    • Becomes a signatory on bank account and sign checks.
    • Signs any documents not require the nominee's personal guarantee.
    • Conducts meetings and acts in the capacity of fully functioning officer.
    • Holds stock ledger and corporate record book if required.
    • Assists client corporations with business plans, search for venture capital and can be involved in day-to-day corporate operations.

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