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Possibly, yes. You know, I am guessing, about limited liability protection a Corporation offers. You may also know about piercing the corporate veil. See HERE. If a corporation is used as a shell, underfunded, has its accounts mixed with personal accounts, or the documents are not properly filed as needed, the corporate shell may be pierced and the person behind the corporation may be help personally liable.
This is on a case by case basis, and is subjective. To avoid an appearance of using the corporation as a shell, most people prefer to have their corporate address somewhere else rather than their private home. This is not mandatory, but is preferred. If the corporation becomes liable for something and the claimant tries to pierce the corporate veil, the address maybe used as an argument to further that.
Ergo, if possible, it is best to use a different address.
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