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My C-corporation is registered in Delaware - do I need to register

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My C-corporation is registered in Delaware - do I need to register in California as a corporation as well? If so, is there a link to the registration document you can share?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  J.Hazelbaker replied 5 years ago.
If you have significant operations in California, then you will need to register as a "foreign" (which simply means out-of-state) corporation.

Here is a link to the form:

http://www.sos.ca.gov/business/corp/pdf/foreign/corp-s&dcgen.pdf

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Should I contact them regarding their definition of "significant operations"? I have a small startup that is currently producing no revenue.
Expert:  J.Hazelbaker replied 5 years ago.
If you have no significant business assets and do not generate revenue in the state, then you would not need to register in the state.
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