House Bill 2112 signed by the governor May 17 and effective July 1 amended and recodified the General Corporation Code and the Business Entity Standard Treatment (BEST) Act. New provisions to the Code include allowing bylaws to require internal claims
Senate Bill 369 signed by the governor March 23 modernizes the Kansas Mortgage Business Act including updates to licensing and compliance requirements.
Senate Bill 276 signed by the governor May 19 and effective July 1 integrates business entity filings with the Secretary of State to allow a person acting as an agent to file documents without providing evidence of authority to file;
The Secretary of State posted a news release regarding email notifications to business owners of any amendments to their business entity registration with the Secretary of State.
House Bill 2721 signed by the governor May 14 and effective January 1, 2015 harmonizes business entity filing statutes for corporations, LLCs, limited partnerships and LLPs. The bill text can be accessed at the Kansas Legislature. A news release posted
Bill 2398 signed by the governor April 10 and effective upon publication in the statute book amends the Revised LLC Act.
Arkansas and Kansas Secretary of State offices are closed February 4th, 2014 due to inclement weather. Your business doesn’t stop just because a state office is closed. CSC is open and can assist you. Contact a CSC representative at 877-463-5769 to learn
The Secretary of State’s office announced that Kansas was the first state to send an electronic apostille certificate. More information is available at http://www.kssos.org/other/news_releases/PR_2013/NR_2013-11-19_Kansas_First_to_Send_E-Apostille.pdf
Kansas has joined the growing list of states that have enacted the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. The governor signed House Bill 2621 on Friday, April 6, 2012. The new law adopts the Alternative A “Only If” approach for
The Kansas House introduced legislation on Thursday, February 2, 2012 to enact the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. House Bill 2621 provides the Alternative A “Only If” approach for individual debtor name sufficiency in Section 9-503(a)(4) and adopts the