Public Notice Advertising.
Public notices, also sometimes called legal notices, include notices of publication and amendments for LLCs, articles of incorporation and articles of amendment for both for-profit and non-profit corporations, estate notices, and summons by publication.
The Ajo Copper News is adjudicated to publish public notices in Pima County, Arizona. We are located in Ajo, about 130 miles southwest of Tucson.
Price quotes: Wednesday 4 p.m.
Orders without price quotes: Thursday 4 p.m.
To place a public notice, send us a cover letter requesting publication along the the material to be published. Be sure to include your name and billing address on the cover letter. (If you mail the material, please do not send us the original articles since they will not be returned to you!)
Public notice orders may be . . .
Mailed to: Ajo Copper News, P.O. Box 39, Ajo, AZ 85321
Faxed to: 1-520-387-7505
E-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invoices are mailed the first week of publication. We accept checks and major credit cards. We do not require payment prior to publication for most notices that have been filed with the Arizona Corporation Commission or with Pima County Superior Court. We do require payment prior to publication for most declarations and for notices being placed from outside Arizona.
Affidavits of publication will be mailed to the person or business placing the order following final publication and receipt of payment. You will receive two affidavits: one to file with the Arizona Corporation Commission (or the court if it's a summons or estate notice) and one for your records. We do not file the affidavits with the ACC or the court system.
Questions? Our phone number is 520-387-7688. We are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Public notice ad rate is $5.00 per column inch per publication.
We reset all notices in 6 point type, the smallest size allowed by law. Prices vary according to the length of the notice after we have reformatted it. Following are very rough estimates of the costs of some of the documents we publish most often. There is a small discount for notices sent as text typed in MS Word documents.
If you want an exact price quote, please send us the material to be published and request a price quote before publication. We must have material for price quotes by 4 p.m. Wednesday to allow time for processing. Price quotes must be approved by 5 p.m. Thursday for the notice to begin publication in the next issue.
Notice to Creditors: Most Notices to Creditors using the standard format cost in the $30-$40 range.
Notice of Hearing: Cost depends both on length and the number of publications. Notices of Hearing running one week usually cost under $30. Notices of Hearing running three weeks are usually under $60 Notices of Hearing running four weeks are normally under $70.
Summons: Most summonses start at $125. Cost varies according to length.
LLC formation: There are two formats that used for initial LLC organization and cost may vary according to the number of members and/or managers listed. Publication of Articles of Organization usually costs in the $80-$110 range; publication of the Notice of Filing – titled "Notice (for publication)" in the paperwork the ACC sends on approval – is less expensive, usually running in the $30-$40 range. Either may be published; it is not necessary to publish both.
LLC amendment: Articles of Amendment to Articles of Organization vary widely in price depending on the format. Those who use the ACC form will usually have a bill in the $80-$120 range.
Incorporation: Articles of Incorporation vary widely in cost according to length. Many run in the $100 to $150 range . Longer items will cost more.
Articles of Amendment: Articles of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation for for-profit corporations often start at about $75 and non-profits at $50.
All articles of organization, articles of incorporation, and amendments for LLCs and corporations must first be approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission. Please see their website for more information.
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