A lobbyist or a client may terminate a joint registration by filing a notice of termination with the Ethics Commission. A notice of termination informs the Commission that the lobbyist is no longer engaged by the client for the purpose of lobbying. The termination notice must be filed within 30 days of the termination.
Filing the termination notice relieves the lobbyist of the obligation to file monthly reports. If a lobbyist wishes to resume lobbying on behalf of the client filing the termination statement, the lobbyist and client will need to re-register and pay the registration fee.