You are required to file a DBA in the county where the business is located, and you may also file in Van Buren County. We will request to see and make a copy of the DBA filed in the home county.
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Michigan law requires that persons who own, conduct or transact business in a county, register the business name in that county as a matter of public record.
No. Corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and non-profit organizations owned by corporations do not file at the county level.
The filing fee is $10, and the certificate is required to be renewed every five years. The certificate must be notarized prior to filing.