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Delaware Annual Report

The Delaware Annual Report is a form that must be filed each year by all corporations registered in the state of Delaware. The purpose of the annual report is to provide the state of Delaware with updated information about the corporation, including its current registered agent and mailing address, the names and addresses of its current directors and officers, and any changes to its authorized capital stock. The annual report must be filed by the end of the corporation's fiscal year, and failure to file the report on time can result in penalties and other consequences.

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