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19 Pa. Code § 17.209. Decennial filings.

§ 17.209. Decennial filings.

 (a)  Every registrant of a fictitious name is required by 54 Pa.C.S. §  321(a) (relating to decennial filings required) decennially, during the year 2000 and each year thereafter divisible by ten, to file in the Department Form DSCB:54-321 (Decennial Report of Continued Existence-Fictitious Name).

 (b)  Subsection (a) does not apply to a registrant which during the preceding 10 years has made a filing with the Department under this subchapter under or with respect to the fictitious name in question.

 (c)  On January 1 of the year following the year during which a report is required to be filed under subsection (a), every fictitious name with respect to which no report has been filed during the immediately preceding year is deemed under 54 Pa.C.S. §  321(c) to be no longer registered under 54 Pa.C.S. Chapter 3 (relating to Fictitious Names Act). The registration may thereafter be restored only by the filing under this subchapter of an original application for registration of fictitious name on Form DSCB:54-311 (Application for Registration of Fictitious Name).


   The provisions of this §  17.209 adopted April 17, 1992, effective April 18, 1992, 22 Pa.B. 1993.

Cross References

   This section cited in 19 Pa. Code §  17.210 (relating to notice decennial filing requirements).

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