ordered in connection with a Closing to make sure that the company and its subsidiaries are good corporate citizens, this is a document issued by the Secretary of State of the relevant jurisdiction certifying that an entity is in good standing (i.e., all fees, taxes and penalties owed to the state have been paid, annual reports have been filed, no articles of dissolution have been filed, etc.). A Bringdown Certificate of Good Standing is a short form Certificate of Good Standing that is obtained more quickly and generally ordered for delivery on the morning of the Closing to make sure nothing has happened since the date of the long-form Certificate of Good Standing.
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