CHAPTER 78 - PRIVATE CORPORATIONS

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ANNUAL LIST AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS; DEFAULTING CORPORATIONS

NRS 78.150 Filing requirements; fees; powers and duties of Secretary of State. [Effective through June 30, 2008.]

1. A corporation organized pursuant to the laws of this State shall, on or before the last day of the first month after the filing of its articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State, file with the Secretary of State a list, on a form furnished by him, containing:

(a) The name of the corporation;

(b) The file number of the corporation, if known;

(c) The names and titles of the president, secretary and treasurer, or the equivalent thereof, and of all the directors of the corporation;

(d) The address, either residence or business, of each officer and director listed, following the name of the officer or director;

(e) The name and address of the lawfully designated resident agent of the corporation in this State; and

(f) The signature of an officer of the corporation certifying that the list is true, complete and accurate.

2. The corporation shall annually thereafter, on or before the last day of the month in which the anniversary date of incorporation occurs in each year, file with the Secretary of State, on a form furnished by him, an annual list containing all of the information required in subsection 1.

3. Each list required by subsection 1 or 2 must be accompanied by:

(a) A declaration under penalty of perjury that the corporation:

(1) Has complied with the provisions of NRS 360.780; and

(2) Acknowledges that pursuant to NRS 239.330, it is a category C felony to knowingly offer any false or forged instrument for filing with the Office of the Secretary of State.

(b) A statement as to whether the corporation is a publicly traded company. If the corporation is a publicly traded company, the corporation must list its Central Index Key. The Secretary of State shall include on his Internet website the Central Index Key of a corporation provided pursuant to this paragraph and instructions describing the manner in which a member of the public may obtain information concerning the corporation from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

4. Upon filing the list required by:

(a) Subsection 1, the corporation shall pay to the Secretary of State a fee of $125.

(b) Subsection 2, the corporation shall pay to the Secretary of State, if the amount represented by the total number of shares provided for in the articles is:

$75,000 or less......................................................................................................... $125

Over $75,000 and not over $200,000...................................................................... 175

Over $200,000 and not over $500,000.................................................................... 275

Over $500,000 and not over $1,000,000................................................................. 375

Over $1,000,000:

For the first $1,000,000...................................................................................... 375

For each additional $500,000 or fraction thereof........................................... 275

Ê The maximum fee which may be charged pursuant to paragraph (b) for filing the annual list is $11,100.

5. If a director or officer of a corporation resigns and the resignation is not reflected on the annual or amended list of directors and officers, the corporation or the resigning director or officer shall pay to the Secretary of State a fee of $75 to file the resignation.

6. The Secretary of State shall, 90 days before the last day for filing each annual list required by subsection 2, cause to be mailed to each corporation which is required to comply with the provisions of NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, and which has not become delinquent, a notice of the fee due pursuant to subsection 4 and a reminder to file the annual list required by subsection 2. Failure of any corporation to receive a notice or form does not excuse it from the penalty imposed by law.

7. If the list to be filed pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 or 2 is defective in any respect or the fee required by subsection 4 is not paid, the Secretary of State may return the list for correction or payment.

8. An annual list for a corporation not in default which is received by the Secretary of State more than 90 days before its due date shall be deemed an amended list for the previous year and must be accompanied by the appropriate fee as provided in subsection 4 for filing. A payment submitted pursuant to this subsection does not satisfy the requirements of subsection 2 for the year to which the due date is applicable.

[Part 1:180:1925; A 1929, 122; 1931, 408; 1931 NCL § 1804]—(NRS A 1957, 315; 1959, 684; 1977, 401; 1979, 185; 1983, 689; 1985, 233; 1989, 976; 1991, 2460; 1993, 952; 1995, 2096; 1997, 2808, 3126; 1999, 639, 1581, 3018; 2001, 215, 1359, 3172, 3199; 2003, 928, 2253; 2003, 20th Special Session, 30, 182; 2005, 2249)

NRS 78.150 Filing requirements; fees; powers and duties of Secretary of State. [Effective July 1, 2008.]

1. A corporation organized pursuant to the laws of this State shall, on or before the last day of the first month after the filing of its articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State, file with the Secretary of State a list, on a form furnished by him, containing:

(a) The name of the corporation;

(b) The file number of the corporation, if known;

(c) The names and titles of the president, secretary and treasurer, or the equivalent thereof, and of all the directors of the corporation;

(d) The address, either residence or business, of each officer and director listed, following the name of the officer or director;

(e) The information required pursuant to NRS 77.310; and

(f) The signature of an officer of the corporation certifying that the list is true, complete and accurate.

2. The corporation shall annually thereafter, on or before the last day of the month in which the anniversary date of incorporation occurs in each year, file with the Secretary of State, on a form furnished by him, an annual list containing all of the information required in subsection 1.

3. Each list required by subsection 1 or 2 must be accompanied by:

(a) A declaration under penalty of perjury that the corporation:

(1) Has complied with the provisions of NRS 360.780; and

(2) Acknowledges that pursuant to NRS 239.330, it is a category C felony to knowingly offer any false or forged instrument for filing with the Office of the Secretary of State.

(b) A statement as to whether the corporation is a publicly traded company. If the corporation is a publicly traded company, the corporation must list its Central Index Key. The Secretary of State shall include on his Internet website the Central Index Key of a corporation provided pursuant to this paragraph and instructions describing the manner in which a member of the public may obtain information concerning the corporation from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

4. Upon filing the list required by:

(a) Subsection 1, the corporation shall pay to the Secretary of State a fee of $125.

(b) Subsection 2, the corporation shall pay to the Secretary of State, if the amount represented by the total number of shares provided for in the articles is:

$75,000 or less......................................................................................................... $125

Over $75,000 and not over $200,000...................................................................... 175

Over $200,000 and not over $500,000.................................................................... 275

Over $500,000 and not over $1,000,000................................................................. 375

Over $1,000,000:

For the first $1,000,000...................................................................................... 375

For each additional $500,000 or fraction thereof........................................... 275

Ê The maximum fee which may be charged pursuant to paragraph (b) for filing the annual list is $11,100.

5. If a director or officer of a corporation resigns and the resignation is not reflected on the annual or amended list of directors and officers, the corporation or the resigning director or officer shall pay to the Secretary of State a fee of $75 to file the resignation.

6. The Secretary of State shall, 90 days before the last day for filing each annual list required by subsection 2, cause to be mailed to each corporation which is required to comply with the provisions of NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, and which has not become delinquent, a notice of the fee due pursuant to subsection 4 and a reminder to file the annual list required by subsection 2. Failure of any corporation to receive a notice or form does not excuse it from the penalty imposed by law.

7. If the list to be filed pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 or 2 is defective in any respect or the fee required by subsection 4 is not paid, the Secretary of State may return the list for correction or payment.

8. An annual list for a corporation not in default which is received by the Secretary of State more than 90 days before its due date shall be deemed an amended list for the previous year and must be accompanied by the appropriate fee as provided in subsection 4 for filing. A payment submitted pursuant to this subsection does not satisfy the requirements of subsection 2 for the year to which the due date is applicable.

[Part 1:180:1925; A 1929, 122; 1931, 408; 1931 NCL § 1804]—(NRS A 1957, 315; 1959, 684; 1977, 401; 1979, 185; 1983, 689; 1985, 233; 1989, 976; 1991, 2460; 1993, 952; 1995, 2096; 1997, 2808, 3126; 1999, 639, 1581, 3018; 2001, 215, 1359, 3172, 3199; 2003, 928, 2253; 2003, 20th Special Session, 30, 182; 2005, 2249; 2007, 2643, effective July 1, 2008)

NRS 78.152 List or statement to be maintained at registered office or principal place of business; requirement to assist in criminal investigation; failure to comply; regulations

1. In addition to any records required to be kept at the registered office pursuant to NRS 78.105, a corporation that is not a publicly traded corporation shall maintain at its registered office or principal place of business in this State:

(a) A current list of its owners of record; or

(b) A statement indicating where such a list is maintained.

2. The corporation shall:

(a) Provide the Secretary of State with the name and contact information of the custodian of the list described in subsection 1. The information required pursuant to this paragraph shall be kept confidential by the Secretary of State.

(b) Provide written notice to the Secretary of State within 10 days after any change in the information contained in the list described in subsection 1.

3. Upon the request of any law enforcement agency in the course of a criminal investigation, the Secretary of State may require a corporation to:

(a) Submit to the Secretary of State, within 3 business days, a copy of the list required to be maintained pursuant to subsection 1; or

(b) Answer any interrogatory submitted by the Secretary of State that will assist in the criminal investigation.

4. If a corporation fails to comply with any requirement pursuant to subsection 3, the Secretary of State may take any action necessary, including, without limitation, the suspension or revocation of the corporate charter.

5. The Secretary of State shall not reinstate or revive a charter that was revoked or suspended pursuant to subsection 4 unless:

(a) The corporation complies with the requirements of subsection 3; or

(b) The law enforcement agency conducting the investigation advises the Secretary of State to reinstate or revive the corporate charter.

6. The Secretary of State may adopt regulations to administer the provisions of this section.

NRS 78.153 Additional filing requirements for certain corporations: Criteria; statement; fees

1. At the time of submitting any list required pursuant to NRS 78.150, a corporation that meets the criteria set forth in subsection 2 must submit:

(a) The statement required pursuant to subsection 3, accompanied by a declaration under penalty of perjury attesting that the statement does not contain any material misrepresentation of fact; and

(b) A fee of $100,000, to be distributed in the manner provided pursuant to subsection 4.

2. A corporation must submit a statement pursuant to this section if the corporation, including its parent and all subsidiaries:

(a) Holds 25 percent or more of the share of the market within this State for any product sold or distributed by the corporation within this State; and

(b) Has had, during the previous 5-year period, a total of five or more investigations commenced against the corporation, its parent or its subsidiaries in any jurisdiction within the United States, including all state and federal investigations:

(1) Which concern any alleged contract, combination or conspiracy in restraint of trade, as described in subsection 1 of NRS 598A.060, or which concern similar activities prohibited by a substantially similar law of another jurisdiction; and

(2) Which resulted in the corporation being fined or otherwise penalized or which resulted in the corporation being required to divest any holdings or being unable to acquire any holdings as a condition for the settlement, dismissal or resolution of those investigations.

3. A corporation that meets the criteria set forth in subsection 2 shall submit a statement which includes the following information with respect to each investigation:

(a) The jurisdiction in which the investigation was commenced.

(b) A summary of the nature of the investigation and the facts and circumstances surrounding the investigation.

(c) If the investigation resulted in criminal or civil litigation, a copy of all pleadings filed in the investigation by any party to the litigation.

(d) A summary of the outcome of the investigation, including specific information concerning whether any fine or penalty was imposed against the corporation and whether the corporation was required to divest any holdings or was unable to acquire any holdings as a condition for the settlement, dismissal or resolution of the investigation.

4. The fee collected pursuant to subsection 1 must be deposited in the Attorney General’s Administration Budget Account and used solely for the purpose of investigating any alleged contract, combination or conspiracy in restraint of trade, as described in subsection 1 of NRS 598A.060.

NRS 78.155 Certificate of authorization to transact business

If a corporation has filed the initial or annual list in compliance with NRS 78.150 and has paid the appropriate fee for the filing, the cancelled check or other proof of payment received by the corporation constitutes a certificate authorizing it to transact its business within this State until the last day of the month in which the anniversary of its incorporation occurs in the next succeeding calendar year.

[2:180:1925; A 1931, 408; 1931 NCL § 1805]—(NRS A 1959, 684; 1981, 62; 1983, 689; 1993, 953; 1999, 1582; 2001, 3173; 2003, 20th Special Session, 31)

NRS 78.165 Addresses of officers and directors required; failure to file. [Effective through June 30, 2008.]

1. Each list required to be filed under the provisions of NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, must, after the name of each officer and director listed thereon, set forth the address, either residence or business, of each officer and director.

2. If the addresses are not stated for each person on any list offered for filing, the Secretary of State may refuse to file the list, and the corporation for which the list has been offered for filing is subject to all the provisions of NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, relating to failure to file the list within or at the times therein specified, unless a list is subsequently submitted for filing which conforms to the provisions of NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive.

NRS 78.170 Defaulting corporations: Identification; reinstatement of corporation which is unit-owners’ association; penalty. [Effective through December 31, 2007.]

1. Each corporation which is required to make a filing and pay the fee prescribed in NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, and which refuses or neglects to do so within the time provided shall be deemed in default.

2. Upon notification from the Administrator of the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry that a corporation which is a unit-owners’ association as defined in NRS 116.011 has failed to register pursuant to NRS 116.31158 or failed to pay the fees pursuant to NRS 116.31155, the Secretary of State shall deem the corporation to be in default. If, after the corporation is deemed to be in default, the Administrator notifies the Secretary of State that the corporation has registered pursuant to NRS 116.31158 and paid the fees pursuant to NRS 116.31155, the Secretary of State shall reinstate the corporation if the corporation complies with the requirements for reinstatement as provided in this section and NRS 78.180 and 78.185.

3. For default there must be added to the amount of the fee a penalty of $75. The fee and penalty must be collected as provided in this chapter.

[4:180:1925; A 1931, 408; 1931 NCL § 1807]—(NRS A 1977, 401, 606; 1979, 185; 1983, 690; 1985, 233; 1989, 976; 1991, 1219; 1995, 1113; 2001, 3173; 2003, 929; 2003, 20th Special Session, 32)

NRS 78.170 Defaulting corporations: Identification; reinstatement of corporation which is unit-owners’ association; penalty. [Effective January 1, 2008.]

1. Each corporation which is required to make a filing and pay the fee prescribed in NRS 78.150 to 78.185, inclusive, and which refuses or neglects to do so within the time provided shall be deemed in default.

2. Upon notification from the Administrator of the Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry that a corporation which is a unit-owners’ association as defined in NRS 116.011 or 116B.030 has failed to register pursuant to NRS 116.31158 or 116B.625 or failed to pay the fees pursuant to NRS 116.31155 or 116B.620, the Secretary of State shall deem the corporation to be in default. If, after the corporation is deemed to be in default, the Administrator notifies the Secretary of State that the corporation has registered pursuant to NRS 11631158 or 116B.625 and paid the fees pursuant to NRS 116.31155 or 116B.620, the Secretary of State shall reinstate the corporation if the corporation complies with the requirements for reinstatement as provided in this section and NRS 78.180 and 78.185.

3. For default there must be added to the amount of the fee a penalty of $75. The fee and penalty must be collected as provided in this chapter.

[4:180:1925; A 1931, 408; 1931 NCL § 1807]—(NRS A 1977, 401, 606; 1979, 185; 1983, 690; 1985, 233; 1989, 976; 1991, 1219; 1995, 1113; 2001, 3173; 2003, 929; 2003, 20th Special Session, 32; 2007, 2281, effective January 1, 2008)

NRS 78.175 Defaulting corporations: Duties of Secretary of State; revocation of charter and forfeiture of right to transact business; distribution of assets. [Effective through June 30, 2008.]

1. The Secretary of State shall notify, by providing written notice to its resident agent, each corporation deemed in default pursuant to NRS 78.170. The written notice:

(a) Must include a statement indicating the amount of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs remaining unpaid.

(b) At the request of the resident agent, may be provided electronically.

2. On the first day of the first anniversary of the month following the month in which the filing was required, the charter of the corporation is revoked and its right to transact business is forfeited.

3. The Secretary of State shall compile a complete list containing the names of all corporations whose right to transact business has been forfeited.

4. The Secretary of State shall forthwith notify, by providing written notice to its resident agent, each corporation specified in subsection 3 of the forfeiture of its charter. The written notice:

(a) Must include a statement indicating the amount of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs remaining unpaid.

(b) At the request of the resident agent, may be provided electronically.

5. If the charter of a corporation is revoked and the right to transact business is forfeited as provided in subsection 2, all the property and assets of the defaulting domestic corporation must be held in trust by the directors of the corporation as for insolvent corporations, and the same proceedings may be had with respect thereto as are applicable to insolvent corporations. Any person interested may institute proceedings at any time after a forfeiture has been declared, but, if the Secretary of State reinstates the charter, the proceedings must at once be dismissed and all property restored to the officers of the corporation.

6. Where the assets are distributed, they must be applied in the following manner:

(a) To the payment of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs due the State;

(b) To the payment of the creditors of the corporation; and

(c) Any balance remaining, to distribution among the stockholders.

[Part 5:180:1925; NCL § 1808]—(NRS A 1957, 152; 1959, 59; 1973, 1026; 1977, 606; 1979, 185; 1991, 1219; 1995, 1113; 2001, 1360, 3199; 2003, 20th Special Session, 32)

NRS 78.175 Defaulting corporations: Duties of Secretary of State; revocation of charter and forfeiture of right to transact business; distribution of assets. [Effective July 1, 2008.]

1. The Secretary of State shall notify, by providing written notice to its registered agent, each corporation deemed in default pursuant to NRS 78.170. The written notice:

(a) Must include a statement indicating the amount of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs remaining unpaid.

(b) At the request of the registered agent, may be provided electronically.

2. On the first day of the first anniversary of the month following the month in which the filing was required, the charter of the corporation is revoked and its right to transact business is forfeited.

3. The Secretary of State shall compile a complete list containing the names of all corporations whose right to transact business has been forfeited.

4. The Secretary of State shall forthwith notify, by providing written notice to its registered agent, each corporation specified in subsection 3 of the forfeiture of its charter. The written notice:

(a) Must include a statement indicating the amount of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs remaining unpaid.

(b) At the request of the registered agent, may be provided electronically.

5. If the charter of a corporation is revoked and the right to transact business is forfeited as provided in subsection 2, all the property and assets of the defaulting domestic corporation must be held in trust by the directors of the corporation as for insolvent corporations, and the same proceedings may be had with respect thereto as are applicable to insolvent corporations. Any person interested may institute proceedings at any time after a forfeiture has been declared, but, if the Secretary of State reinstates the charter, the proceedings must at once be dismissed and all property restored to the officers of the corporation.

6. Where the assets are distributed, they must be applied in the following manner:

(a) To the payment of the filing fee, penalties incurred and costs due the State;

(b) To the payment of the creditors of the corporation; and

(c) Any balance remaining, to distribution among the stockholders.

[Part 5:180:1925; NCL § 1808]—(NRS A 1957, 152; 1959, 59; 1973, 1026; 1977, 606; 1979, 185; 1991, 1219; 1995, 1113; 2001, 1360, 3199; 2003, 20th Special Session, 32; 2007, 2645, effective July 1, 2008)

NRS 78.180 Defaulting corporations: Conditions and procedure for reinstatement. [Effective through June 30, 2008.]

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3 and 4 and NRS 78.152, the Secretary of State shall reinstate a corporation which has forfeited or which forfeits its right to transact business pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and shall restore to the corporation its right to carry on business in this State, and to exercise its corporate privileges and immunities, if it:

(a) Files with the Secretary of State:

(1) The list required by NRS 78.150;

(2) The statement required by NRS 78.153, if applicable; and

(3) A certificate of acceptance of appointment signed by its resident agent; and

(b) Pays to the Secretary of State:

(1) The filing fee and penalty set forth in NRS 78.150 and 78.170 for each year or portion thereof during which it failed to file each required annual list in a timely manner;

(2) The fee set forth in NRS 78.153, if applicable; and

(3) A fee of $300 for reinstatement.

2. When the Secretary of State reinstates the corporation, he shall issue to the corporation a certificate of reinstatement if the corporation:

(a) Requests a certificate of reinstatement; and

(b) Pays the required fees pursuant to subsection 8 of NRS 78.785.

3. The Secretary of State shall not order a reinstatement unless all delinquent fees and penalties have been paid, and the revocation of the charter occurred only by reason of failure to pay the fees and penalties.

4. If a corporate charter has been revoked pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and has remained revoked for a period of 5 consecutive years, the charter must not be reinstated.

5. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 78.185, a reinstatement pursuant to this section relates back to the date on which the corporation forfeited its right to transact business under the provisions of this chapter and reinstates the corporation’s right to transact business as if such right had at all times remained in full force and effect.

[6:180:1925; A 1927, 42; NCL § 1809]—(NRS A 1959, 60; 1973, 1027; 1975, 477; 1977, 402; 1985, 234, 1871; 1991, 1220; 1993, 953; 1995, 1114; 1997, 2808; 2001, 1360, 3173, 3199; 2003, 20th Special Session, 33; 2007, 1316, 2416)

NRS 78.180 Defaulting corporations: Conditions and procedure for reinstatement. [Effective July 1, 2008.]

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3 and 4 and NRS 78.152, the Secretary of State shall reinstate a corporation which has forfeited or which forfeits its right to transact business pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and shall restore to the corporation its right to carry on business in this State, and to exercise its corporate privileges and immunities, if it:

(a) Files with the Secretary of State:

(1) The list required by NRS 78.150;

(2) The statement required by NRS 78.153, if applicable; and

(3) The information required pursuant to NRS 77.310; and

(b) Pays to the Secretary of State:

(1) The filing fee and penalty set forth in NRS 78.150 and 78.170 for each year or portion thereof during which it failed to file each required annual list in a timely manner;

(2) The fee set forth in NRS 78.153, if applicable; and

(3) A fee of $300 for reinstatement.

2. When the Secretary of State reinstates the corporation, he shall issue to the corporation a certificate of reinstatement if the corporation:

(a) Requests a certificate of reinstatement; and

(b) Pays the required fees pursuant to subsection 7 of NRS 78.785.

3. The Secretary of State shall not order a reinstatement unless all delinquent fees and penalties have been paid, and the revocation of the charter occurred only by reason of failure to pay the fees and penalties.

4. If a corporate charter has been revoked pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and has remained revoked for a period of 5 consecutive years, the charter must not be reinstated.

5. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 78.185, a reinstatement pursuant to this section relates back to the date on which the corporation forfeited its right to transact business under the provisions of this chapter and reinstates the corporation’s right to transact business as if such right had at all times remained in full force and effect.

[6:180:1925; A 1927, 42; NCL § 1809]—(NRS A 1959, 60; 1973, 1027; 1975, 477; 1977, 402; 1985, 234, 1871; 1991, 1220; 1993, 953; 1995, 1114; 1997, 2808; 2001, 1360, 3173, 3199; 2003, 20th Special Session, 33; 2007, 1316, 2416, 2645, effective July 1, 2008)

NRS 78.185 Defaulting corporations: Reinstatement under old or new name; regulations

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, if a corporation applies to reinstate or revive its charter but its name has been legally reserved or acquired by another artificial person formed, organized, registered or qualified pursuant to the provisions of this title whose name is on file with the Office of the Secretary of State or reserved in the Office of the Secretary of State pursuant to the provisions of this title, the corporation shall in its application for reinstatement submit in writing to the Secretary of State some other name under which it desires its corporate existence to be reinstated or revived. If that name is distinguishable from all other names reserved or otherwise on file, the Secretary of State shall reinstate the corporation under that new name. Upon the issuance of a certificate of reinstatement or revival under that new name, the articles of incorporation of the applying corporation shall be deemed to reflect the new name without the corporation having to comply with the provisions of NRS 78.385, 78.390 or 78.403.

2. If the applying corporation submits the written, acknowledged consent of the artificial person having a name, or the person who has reserved a name, which is not distinguishable from the old name of the applying corporation or a new name it has submitted, it may be reinstated or revived under that name.

3. For the purposes of this section, a proposed name is not distinguishable from a name on file or reserved name solely because one or the other contains distinctive lettering, a distinctive mark, a trademark or a trade name, or any combination of these.

4. The Secretary of State may adopt regulations that interpret the requirements of this section.

[7:180:1925; NCL § 1810]—(NRS A 1961, 94; 1987, 1057; 1991, 1221; 1993, 953; 1997, 2809; 1999, 1582; 2003, 3086; 2003, 20th Special Session, 33; 2007, 1317, 2417)

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