Introduction to the Law of Corporations: Cases and Materials
DGCL § 321 - Service of process
Certificates of incorporation all require the corporation to name a registered agent, along with an address in the state of Delaware where the agent may be contacted. The registered agent plays an important role in ensuring corporate officers and directors (their principles) are subject to the jurisdiction of the Delaware courts for the purpose of stockholder litigation and other litigation related to the corporation.
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