OAR 160-010-0310
Eligibility for Waiver of Reinstatement Limit

The five year limit for reinstating a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, or business trust whose status has been administratively dissolved pursuant to ORS 60.647 (Grounds for administrative dissolution), 63.647 (Grounds for administrative dissolution), 65.647 (Grounds for administrative dissolution), 67.655 (Grounds for administrative revocation), 70.430 (Grounds for administrative action to inactivate certificate or registration of limited partnership), 128.597 (Inactivation of business trust), or 554.302 (Dissolution of corporation by Secretary of State) may be waived by the Secretary of State if the entity requests the waiver and provides evidence of the entity’s continued existence as an active concern during the period of administrative dissolution.


A dissolved business entity that wishes to reinstate shall submit to the Corporation Division a reinstatement application, current annual report, appropriate fee, and documentation showing evidence of continued existence during dissolution.


Continued existence of the entity as an active concern shall be shown by:


Documentation provided by the entity demonstrating continued operation or existence, such as a signed statement by a certified public accountant or licensed attorney, tax or financial records, and


Additional documentation the Secretary of State may require.

Source: Rule 160-010-0310 — Eligibility for Waiver of Reinstatement Limit, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=160-010-0310.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 160-010-0310’s source at or​.us