FAQ - Reinstatement (WA)
My Washington business was dissolved. How do I get it reinstated back to active status?
Administrative dissolutions occur for a number of reasons. The most common reason is failure to file an initial or annual report. If your Washington business was administratively dissolved you may file the reinstatement/reactivation paperwork online by creating a user account, logging in, and selecting Reactivate Business in the new Corporations and Charities Filing System (CCFS). Reinstatement fees for Washington profit corporations, LLCs, and LPs are $140 plus all delinquent fees. The Washington nonprofit reinstatement fees are $35 plus all delinquent fees.
Note: Administrative dissolutions for domestic entities have 5 years from the date of dissolution to file the reinstatement.
My out of state certificate of authority was revoked. How do I bring it back to active status in Washington?
Administrative revocations of authority occur for a number of reasons. The most common reason is failure to file annual report. If your out of state business had its authority revoked you may be able to reactive your business using the Corporations and Charities Filing System (CCFS), by contacting our office via email [email protected], or by calling 360-725-0377.