November 2013
Journal of the Missouri Bar;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p384
The article offers information on the notices of dissolution of corporations to all creditors of and claimants against the several corporations in Missouri in 2013 including Comprehensive Hearing LLC, Ozark Electric Service Co., and Eminence Consulting Group Inc. it informs that each company files its notice of winding up or articles of dissolution for a limited liability company with the Missouri Secretary of State.


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