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How to domesticate a company in Texas

 
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Posted On : Mon Jul 10th,2017

 
The ultimate guide to convert or domesticate a company in Texas
 

Learn here to:

  • Changing Company Domicile to Texas
  • Company Domestication in Texas
  • Convert Company in Texas from one entity to another

A certificate of conversion in Texas can be filed for the following entities

  • Convert Texas Corporation to a Texas General Partnership by filing form 631.
  • Convert Texas corporation to a Texas Limited Liability Company by filing form 633.
  • Convert  Texas Corporation to a Real Estate Investment Trust by filing form 634.
  • Convert Texas Limited Liability Company to a Texas General Partnership by filing form 635.
  • Convert Texas Limited Liability Company to a Texas Corporation by filing form 636.
  • Convert a Texas Limited Liability Company to a Texas Limited Partnership by filing form 637.
  • Convert a Texas  Limited Liability Company  to a Texas  Real Estate Investment Trust by filing form 638.
  • Convert a Texas Limited Partnership to a Texas General Partnership by filing a form 641.
  • Convert a Texas Limited Partnership to a Texas Limited Liability Company by filing a form 642.
  • Convert a Texas Limited Partnership to a Texas Corporation by filing form 643.
  • Convert a Texas Limited Partnership to a Texas Real Estate Investment Trust by form 644.
  • Convert a Texas Professional Association to a Texas Professional Limited Liability Company by filing form 645.
  • Convert Texas General Partnership to a Texas Filing Entity by filing form 646.

 

Other General Instructions to follow either to move company into Texas or vice versa, and convert from one business structure to another.

  • The state of Texas does not require to submit a certificate of good standing or certified copies of the converting entity.
  • The home state entity must be dissolved after domestication in Texas

 

Are You Ready to Domesticate Your Company in Texas?

  


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