Don’t expect Queen Elizabeth II to relinquish her throne anytime soon. The 91-year-old British monarch is the world’s longest serving, boasting a reign of 65 years. But according royal insiders, retirement is not on the table. The queen’s thinking is “duty first, nation first, I’m going to be there,” according to the Sunday Times of...
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- Dissolution by Proclamation / Annulment of Authority (Sep 25, 1991)
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SEPTEMBER 16, 1982
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
1982 - MONARCH ENTERPRISES, INC.
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