How to Change the Address for a Company in New Jersey

by Contributing Writer; Updated September 26, 2017

When a company registered in the state of New Jersey moves to a new location, state law requires the submission of the revised contact information. The State of New Jersey Department of the Treasury handles business registration information, and its website contains the forms required to change the address for a company. Download the forms, fill them out and send them in to complete the address change.

Step 1

Select the appropriate company change of address form from the New Jersey Department of the Treasury website. Corporations and limited partnerships use form C-104G; limited liability companies use form L-122; limited liability partnerships use form L-222; and sole proprietorships use form REG-C-L.

Step 2

Complete the appropriate form providing the change of address information. The form requires a street address for the business, but a post office may be additionally listed. For corporations and limited partnership submissions, the state requires duplicate copies of the form C-104G.

Step 3

Draft a check for the change of address fee and make it out to the Treasurer, State of New Jersey. This government agency does not accept cash payments. Submit the completed application, along with requisite fee, to the address listed on the form. Send the applications using postal mail or hand delivery by a courier service. Applications to change an existing company address with the State of New Jersey are typically processed within 8 to 10 business days.

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