House Bill 54 (Session Law Chapter 34) signed by the governor February 22 and effective July 1 corrects oversights from the 2015 enactment of the Business Organizations Code to clarify certain fee names and remove fees that are no longer
House Bill 491 signed by the governor March 23 and effective July 1 repeals provisions relating to non-consensual common law liens and provides an expedited procedure to remove such liens.
House Bill 440 signed by the governor March 17 and effective July 1 creates an exception for stock insurers that re-domesticate to Idaho from the provisions requiring a domestic insurer to maintain principal place of business and home office in
House Bill 390 signed by the governor March 23 and effective July 1 removes the requirement that benefit corporations file an annual benefit report with the Secretary of State. Benefit corporations still are required to send the annual benefit report to
SB 1025 (Chapter 243) signed by the governor April 3 and effective July 1 adopts the Harmonized Uniform Business Organizations Code created by the Uniform Law Commission to create a single comprehensive state business code.
House Bill 210 (Chapter 64) signed by the governor March 13 and effective July 1 amends residential mortgage licensing processes to allow the director to reinstate licenses for 60 days following expiration for failure to renew. View details
Idaho Senate joined the growing list of states that have enacted the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. The governor signed Senate Bill 1307 on Tuesday, March 27, 2012. The new law enacts the Alternative A “Only If” approach for
The Idaho Senate introduced a bill to enact the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9 on Friday, February 10, 2012. Senate Bill 1307 provides the Alternative A “Only If” approach for individual debtor name sufficiency in Section 9-503(a)(4), incorporates image