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Notice of Intent to Dissolve

Definition - What does Notice of Intent to Dissolve mean?

A notice of intent to dissolve is issued by a corporation to the secretary of state's office in order to present final accounts and be taken off the tax register. Companies must show that they have given a proper amount of legal time for a creditor to be paid before the company dissolves and must show their accounts in relation to same before gaining approval to sign off.

Justipedia explains Notice of Intent to Dissolve

A notice of intent to dissolve is a legal requirement that is gained through an application made by a corporation that intends to close all business. There are regulations that must be followed by the corporation in order to comply with the secretary of state.

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