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To dissolve a Maryland Corporation, it is necessary to complete an Articles of Dissolution document, which must be filed with the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation.The decision to dissolve the corporation must be authorized by the Board of Directors and/or stockholders, in accordance with both the state law and the business entity's charter. Prior to filing the Articles of Dissolution, written notice regarding the dissolution must be sent to all creditors of the corporation.Information necessary to complete the Articles of Dissolution includes the corporation's name and address of its principal office as well as the names and addresses of the entity's officers and directors. The name and address of a resident agent, who will serve in this capacity for one year or until all of the corporations affairs are finalized, must also be specified.
Since you have no creditors, your an LLC, that you are I'm sure the directors and owners - it's a very simple matter to fill out the form and file such.
Here is a link to the form for you to fill out on-line and file:
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