As of September 1, 2019, limited liability companies formed in Arizona are not required to have a known place of business in Arizona. New Arizona LLCs must state in their Articles of Organization the company’s “principal address,” which can be a physical or mailing address any where in the world.
Whether or not the new Arizona LLC must publish a notice of publication in a newspaper depends on the county in which the company’s statutory agent has its street address. If the new LLC’s statutory agent’s street address is in Maricopa County or Pima County, publication of the Notice of Publication in a newspaper is not required.
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