Senate Bill 443 signed by the governor April 21 and effective January 1, 2018 enacts provisions of the Uniform Business Organization Code including the Model Registered Agents Act and the Model Entity Transactions Act; requires LPs and LLPs to file
The Secretary of State posted a news release that ten (10) statements of change or correction must be filed online for a fee of $10.00 compared to the $150.00 filing fee for a paper document.
Virginia’s General Assembly made changes to the state’s business entity statutes during the 2017 legislative session. Among the changes is an amendment regarding the issuance of securities under federal crowdfunding rules, and an amendment regarding authorization of remote shareholder meetings.
House Bill 2408 (Public Act No. 262) signed by the governor and effective August 22 amends the professional regulation law to require applicants and licensees of the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation to provide and update a valid address
CSC® Publishing is pleased to introduce the all-new Georgia Laws Governing Business Entities. With up-to-date annotated business entity legislation for Georgia, as well as other valuable features that make legal research faster and more efficient, this all-new publication is a valuable
Assembly Bill 123 (Chapter 419) signed by the governor June 6 and effective October 1 amends requirements for business entity initial list filings and series LLCs. Initial lists shall be filed by entities at the time of formation or qualification
Senate Bill 1518 signed by the governor May 22 and effective September 1 amends the Business Organizations Code to among other things authorizes a filing fee of $15.00 for a certificate of validation and a fee for each new filing
Nevada’s General Assembly concluded its 79th legislative session in June 2017, enacting more than three dozen statutory changes in the Business Associations title and related titles. Those changes are now pending review by the Legislative Counsel. These latest changes to
House Bill 1809 (Public Act No. 48) signed by the governor and effective August 11 amended the Corporate Fiduciary Act to remove the requirement that a corporate fiduciary of a bank, savings and loan association, or savings bank give notice
The Department of Justice posted a news release regarding a settlement reached by the Consumer Protection Unit with The Mandatory Poster Agency, Inc. d/b/a Delaware Council for Corporations regarding allegations of deceptive business practices in Delaware for corporate record preparation