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Asked on: 6/24/13, 2:47 am

If a corporation exists and operates in, say, California, but is not and never has been registered with the California Secretary of State, is it valid for that corporation to state on recorded documents that it is "...organized and existing under the laws of California."? And if so, why do other corporations bother to register with the SoS?

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