House Bill 25524 signed by the governor and effective April 18 authorizes the Secretary of State to accept electronic transmission of LLC documents.
Prominent Texas attorney Byron Egan incorporates insightful analysis of changes to the Texas Business Organizations Code enacted during the 2017 legislative session in the Second Edition of his comprehensive treatise on Texas law: EGAN ON ENTITIES: Corporations, Partnerships and Limited
Senate Bill 1353 (Chapter 168) signed by the governor April 10 and effective September 1, 2019 enacts the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act.
The Delaware General Assembly approved substantive changes to the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act during the 2017 Legislative Session. Among the amended provisions are those concerning distinctions between domestic and foreign limited liability companies; the substantial compliance standard related to
The entire island is without power and it may take 1-2 days to reestablish. All filings, searches and follow up requests will be delayed.
The Secretary of State posted the attached announcement, Indiana Reinstatement Outreach, that until July 31, 2018 business entities administratively dissolved or revoked may submit applications for reinstatement, notwithstanding current law effective March 13, 2018 which limits reinstatement to a 5 year
Bill 32-0010 (Act 8027) signed January 9, 2018 increased the minimum franchise tax payable by domestic and foreign corporations to $300.00 from $150.00. The annual report and franchise tax payment are due by June 30.
House Bill 4233 signed by the governor March 27 and effective June 8 enacted the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act which among other things recognizes foreign series LLCs.
Senate Bill 39 signed by the governor March 16 and effective May 8 changes the term “certificate of good standing” to “certificate of existence”.
House Bill 2300 signed by the governor and effective April 2 includes mental health counseling among the professions which may be practiced as professional corporations and LLCs.