Use these instructions when
completing a Statement of Change Withdrawing a Registration of True Name
pursuant to § 7-90-305.5 and § 7-90-604 of the Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.).
The required form/cover sheet must be
used when submitting the document for filing. Information included in the document must be
typewritten or machine printed and must be in English. Mistakes may have legal consequences; carefully
review the information you provide. The
Colorado Secretary of State’s Office cannot provide legal advice. Questions should be addressed to your legal,
business, or tax advisor(s). Only
provide information that is required or permitted to be included in the
form/cover sheet. Do not alter the
form/cover sheet. Additional information
may be provided in an attached document.
Do not include personal identifying information, such as a social
security number. All information entered
in the form/cover sheet or included in an attachment will be made a matter of
public record and will be immediately accessible on the Secretary of State’s
website. In order to obtain a copy of
the filed document or access additional information, including Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQs), visit our website, www.sos.state.co.us.
ID Number: The ID Number is the 11-digit number assigned to the record
by the Business Division of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. This ID number is specific to the Business Division
of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. It is not a state or federal tax number. To locate the ID number, visit our website at www.sos.state.co.us, click “…search the business database”, and search
for the true name. The ID number is
listed on the record’s Summary page. This
ID number must be indicated on all documents related to an existing record in
the records of the Colorado Secretary of State.
True Name: Provide the true name of the foreign entity
exactly as shown in the records of the Business Division of the Colorado
Secretary of State’s Office.
Statement: The statement that the registration of true
name has been relinquished is required by
§ 7-90-604 (5), C.R.S. The statement
indicates that the true name will no longer be registered in Colorado and the
name will be available for use.
Additional Information: If you would like to provide
additional information, mark the box and include an attachment stating the
Delayed Effective Date (optional):
Leave this field blank if you want the document to
take effect immediately.
date of this document may be delayed up to 90 days after filing with the
Business Division of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. If you do not want the document to become
effective immediately, enter the date and, if appropriate, time that you want
the document to become effective. If
only a date is entered, then the document will become effective at 11:59 p.m. on that date. Mountain
Time controls the filing date and time.
For legal authority, refer to § 2-4-109 and § 7-90-304,
section describes the legal authority for filing this document. Refer to §
7-90-301.5, C.R.S., for more information.
Delivery: Pursuant to § 7-90-301.5,
C.R.S., each individual causing the document to be filed is responsible for
complying with the applicable statutes.
Provide the last name, first name, and address of at least one
individual causing the document to be delivered for filing. A middle name or initial and a suffix are
optional. The mailing address, including
the city, state, and ZIP/postal code, must be provided. Any address outside of the United States must include the
country and, if applicable, the province.
Example: Smith, John
123 N. Main St.,
Denver, Colorado 80122
Causing Delivery: If more than one individual
is causing this document to be filed, mark the box and include an attachment with the names and addresses of
additional individuals causing the document to be filed. The attachment must
provide the name of each additional individual, including their last name and
first name. A middle name or initial and a suffix are optional. Also provide
the mailing address, including the city, state and ZIP/postal code. Any address
outside of the United States
must include the country and, if applicable, the province.
instructions, and the related form/cover sheet, are not intended to provide
legal, business or tax advice, and are offered as a public service without
representation or warranty. While the related form/cover sheet is believed to
satisfy minimum legal requirements as of its revision date, compliance with
applicable law, as the same may be amended from time to time, remains your
responsibility. Questions should be addressed to your attorney.