New Jersey’s General Assembly passed legislation to address fraudulent UCC financing statements in May. The new legislation amended the requirements for sufficiency of a UCC financing statement; expanded the filing office’s power to reject potentially-fraudulent UCC records and to remove them from the UCC index; and, provided additional remedies for certain victims of fraudulent UCC filings.
The amendments to UCC Article 9 and other recent changes to New Jersey business law are captured in the 2015 Edition of New Jersey Laws Governing Business Entities, releasing this month. Published by CSC®Publishing in collaboration with LexisNexis, this resource is the most comprehensive collection of annotated New Jersey business statutes available.
The 2015 Edition features the latest legislative changes through Chapter 109 of the 2015 New Jersey legislative session. The 2015 Edition also contains the latest new case annotations covering diverse issues. We have also included four full-text cases discussing the latest legal developments regarding a corporation’s right to counsel in a criminal case, corporate deductions, liability of limited partners, and pursuit of an LLC’s claims by its members and investors.
The companion CD-ROM provides more than 70 New Jersey forms for incorporation/formation, qualification, mergers, dissolution, and name reservation for all entity types. A listing of forms and contact information for New Jersey’s Division of Revenuecan be found in the book’s appendix.
New Jersey Laws Governing Business Entities is available as a softbound book or as an ebook, compatible with dedicated e-reader devices, computers, tablets and smartphones that use e-reader software or applications. It is also available on the LexisNexis Digital Library.
To learn more about the 2015 Edition of New Jersey Laws Governing Business Entities, call 1.800.533.1637 or visit us online at www.lexisnexis.com/csc.