A. A foreign limited liability company not registered to do business in this state under Article 9 of this Chapter may register its name, or an alternate name adopted pursuant to Section 29-3906, if the name is distinguishable on the records of the Commission or the Secretary of State from the names that are not available under Section 29-3112.
B. To register its name or an alternate name adopted pursuant to Section 29-3906, a foreign limited liability company must deliver to the Commission for filing an application stating the company’s name, the jurisdiction and the date of its formation and any alternate name adopted pursuant to Section 29-3906. If the Commission finds that the name applied for is available, the Commission shall register the name for the applicant’s exclusive use.
C. The registration of a name under this Section is effective for one year after the date of registration.
D. A foreign limited liability company whose name registration is effective may renew the registration for successive one-year periods by delivering, not earlier than three months before the expiration of the registration, to the Commission for filing a renewal application that complies with this Section. When filed, the renewal application renews the registration for a succeeding one-year period.
E. A foreign limited liability company whose name registration is effective may register as a foreign limited liability company under the registered name or consent in a signed record to the use of that name by another person that is not an individual.
Note: As of September 1, 2020, this statute applies to all Arizona LLCs . The text above shows the statute as of January 31, 2021. To see if the Arizona legislature modified this statute after January 31, 2021, go the the Arizona legislature's website for Title 29, Chapter 7.