CSC has an updated list for state government office closures for the months of September, October, November and December 2015. This information was provided by each state as of August 31, 2015, and may be subject to change without CSC’s knowledge.
The Delaware Division of Corporations will implement a major computer system conversion over an extended Labor Day weekend. The Division will close at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) on Thursday, September 3. All priority submissions (one-hour, two-hour, same-day, and
The governor signed Assembly Bill 1267 on 8/13/15 to address the issue of fraudulent liens and encumbrances. The bill revises existing law to prohibit a person from filing or recording, a lawsuit, lien, or other encumbrance against any person or
The Delaware Secretary of State’s office will replace its current Delaware Corporation Information System (DCIS) with a new computer system during the upcoming Labor Day weekend. As part of the implementation, the DCIS will be unavailable for four days beginning on
Senate Bill 113 (Chapter 112) and SB 120 (Chapter 113) were signed by the governor July 22 and effective January 1, 2016 amend the Regulatory Transparency and Accountability Act to require each agency to submit a regulatory impact statement to
The Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations will undergo major system upgrades over the next few days to provide better service to customers. The Bureau will maintain regular business hours, but some services will be interrupted.
Senate Bill 78 amends the Limited Liability Company Act effective August 1, 2015.
Notices to Delaware corporations regarding the second estimated franchise tax payment due September 1, 2015 were mailed by Delaware registered agents. Payments are payable to the Delaware Secretary of State and must be received (not postmarked) on or before September
More Delaware limited liability companies are formed each year than any other Delaware business entity. Delaware LLCs offer owners and managers broad contractual flexibility, protection from personal liability, and the certainty of a market-tested statute. To help you better understand
Multiple states have an enacted legislation effective July 1. Click here to download July 1 Legislation Updates in pdf format.