How To Record Certificate Of Incorporation With Clerk Of Court
Record Certificate Of Incorporation In The Office Of Recorder Of Mortgages
How do I get my certificate of incorporation recorded in Louisiana?
Your corporate documents must be recorded in the Parish where your Louisiana Registered Agent office is located. Within thirty (30) days after filing the Articles of Incorporation and Initial Report with the Louisiana Secretary of State, you will need to record the documents along with a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation, with the Clerk of Court in your agent’s parish. As soon as your articles and report are processed by the Louisiana Secretary of State, you will be sent a Certificate of Incorporation.
You will have to deliver a copy of the certificate, along with either multiple originals or certified copies of the Articles of Incorporation and Initial Report, to the clerk of court for recording. Northwest Registered Agent LLC is located in East Baton Rouge Parish. Deliver your documents with the recording fee in person or by mail. For in person recording, go to Room 152 of the Baton Rouge City Hall.
East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of the Court
Attention: Recording Department
222 St. Louis Street P.O. Box 1991
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-1991
What are the recording fees in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana?
The recording fee is $25.00 for first page, $10.00 for additional pages and $30 for the judicial building fund. So most corporate recordings will be three pages for a total cost of $75.00. You should call the recording department to be sure before you mail your documents and check. Make out the check to East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of the Court.
All Louisiana Parishes have similar recording fees. You can find the contact information at the link below.
Recording Instruction Sheet and the Recording Fee Schedule
Louisiana Clerks of Court contact information