New Hampshire’s Senate Bill 413, part of which was put into effect in August 2018, repeals and reenacts the Late Reinstatement rules for Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). According to the updated legislation, if applying for late reinstatement more than 3 years after the effective date of dissolution, an LLC must publish a note of reinstatement in a newspaper in the county where the LLC has its principal office or registered office. Furthermore the application for reinstatement has been altered, and the requirement that the Secretary of State hold a public hearing on the reinstatement application has been discontinued.
Changes to company name availability and distinguishability, also discussed in the bill, will go into effect on 1 January 2019.
For more information, please read the bill here and contact IBCF if you have any questions.