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(a) The secretary of state is authorized to provide a field on each of the forms and on each online entry screen, used to file business entity filings, Uniform Commercial Code records, and central notification system filings, for the collection of an e-mail address to which the secretary of state can forward official notices required by law and other notices to the business entity, assumed name, or the person filing the Uniform Commercial Code or central notification system record. The e-mail address may be updated by or on behalf of the business entity by sending a notification of the change to the secretary of state. No fee shall be charged for an e-mail address update.
(b) Except as provided in paragraph (c), the business entity, holder of assumed name, or other person providing the e-mail address under this section may indicate on the screen that they do not wish the e-mail address provided under this section to be provided as bulk data.
(c) If the e-mail address in paragraph (b) is provided as a portion of a digitally scanned image, the e-mail address on that image is public.
NOTE: This section, as added by Laws 2009, chapter 101, article 2, section 10, is effective 30 days after the secretary of state certifies the information systems of the Office of the Secretary of State have been modified to implement this section. Laws 2009, chapter 101, article 2, section 10, the effective date.
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