A corporation may change its registered office, designate or change its registered agent, or state a change in the name of its registered agent, by filing with the secretary of state a statement containing:
(a) the name of the corporation;
(b) if the address of its registered office is to be changed, the new address of its registered office;
(c) if its registered agent is to be designated or changed, the name of its new registered agent;
(d) if the name of its registered agent is to be changed, the name of its registered agent as changed;
(e) a statement that the address of its registered office and the address of the business office of its registered agent, as changed, will be identical; and
(f) a statement that the change of registered office or registered agent was authorized by resolution approved by the affirmative vote of a majority of the directors present.
A registered agent of a corporation may resign by filing with the secretary of state a signed written notice of resignation, including a statement that a signed copy of the notice has been given to the corporation at its principal executive office or to a legal representative of the corporation. The appointment of the agent terminates 30 days after the notice is filed with the secretary of state.
If the business address or name of a registered agent changes, the agent shall change the address of the registered office or the name of the registered agent, as the case may be, of each corporation represented by that agent by filing with the secretary of state a statement as required in subdivision 1, except that it need be signed only by the registered agent, need not be responsive to clause (f), and must state that a copy of the statement has been mailed to each of those corporations or to the legal representative of each of those corporations.