Requirements to make changes to your Rhode Island Escrow License
Rhode Island requires Escrow companies to notify the State when you make changes to your Escrow license.
Such changes include moving your address, changing officers and directors and making similar changes.
Companies must also comply with federal, state and local laws. Other licenses or permits may also require updating to your new information depending on the location and nature of each particular change made to your business.
Changes affect your Certificate of Authority
With certain limited exceptions, a Rhode Island Certificate of Authority may require an update if you make changes to your company. Such changes requiring notification typically including changing your business address, changing your officers or directors or making other similar changes.
The filing fee for changing the information for a license as an Escrow Company in Rhode Island is: Call for a free quote.
The filing fee for updating changes to a Rhode Island Certificate of Authority is $150.
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