Sorry it's the decennial filing.
In general, it is a report of an entity’s continued existence or use of certain marks. 54 Pa.C.S. § 503, § 1314, § 1515. Decennial filings are made every ten years during the years ending with the numeral "1" (e.g. 2001, 2011, 2021). The legislative intent for requiring these filings is to identify business names or marks that are no longer in use so that they may be reissued and placed back into the stream of commerce.
Q. Who is required to file a decennial report?
All domestic and foreign profit and nonprofit corporations
, limited liability companies, limited partnerships
, limited liability partnerships
that are not also limited partnerships, business trusts, insignias and "marks used with articles and supplies" that have not made a new or amended filing with the Corporation Bureau from January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2011 shall during the year 2011, file in the Department of State a report that they continue to exist. 54 Pa.C.S. § 503(b)(1), § 1314(b), § 1515(b). Fictitious names and trademarks are not required to make decennial filings.
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