Every action for the involuntary dissolution of a nonprofit corporation shall be commenced by the Attorney General in the circuit court for the county in which the nonprofit corporation's principal office is located in this state, and if none in this state, in the circuit court for the county in which the nonprofit corporation's most recent registered office is located. Summons shall issue and be served as in other civil actions. If process is returned not found, the Attorney General shall cause publication to be made as in other civil cases in some newspaper published in the county in which the nonprofit corporation's principal office is located in this state, and if none in this state, in the county in which the nonprofit corporation's most recent registered office is located, containing a notice of the pendency of the action, the title of the court, the title of the action, and the date on or after which default may be entered. The Attorney General may include in one notice the names of any number of nonprofit corporations against which actions are then pending in the same court. The Attorney General shall cause a copy of the notice to be mailed to the nonprofit corporation at its registered office within 10 days after the first publication thereof. The certificate of the Attorney General of the mailing of the notice shall be prima facie evidence thereof. The notice shall be published once each week for two successive weeks, and the first publication thereof may begin at any time after the summons has been returned. Unless a nonprofit corporation shall have been served with summons, no default shall be taken against it earlier than 30 days after the last publication of the notice.