A corporation shall continuously maintain a registered office in this state. A registered office need not be the same as the principal place of business or the principal executive office of the corporation. If the current registered office address listed in the records of the secretary of state is not in compliance with section 302A.011, subdivision 3, the corporation must provide a new registered office address that is in compliance. A fee may not be charged if the registered office address is being changed only to bring the address into compliance. The new registered office address must have been approved by the board of directors.
A corporation may designate in its articles a registered agent. The registered agent may be a natural person residing in this state, a domestic corporation, or limited liability company, or a foreign corporation or foreign limited liability company authorized to transact business in this state. The registered agent must maintain a business office that is identical with the registered office.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes