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DAYTON -- A hole in how state law is enforced allows incorporated businesses to keep operating even if the state revokes their articles of incorporation and they owe back taxes to the state. Articles of incorporation are legal documents a business files with the state to operate as a corporation. In most instances, operating as a corporation allows a business to limit the liability of its shareholders and employees for any debts owed by the corporation.