Senate Bill 97 (Act No. 129) signed by the governor April 13 and effective July 15 relates to mortgage licensing.
House Bill 440 signed by the governor March 20 and effective 90 days after adjournment (projected to be March 24) enacts the Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Act and amends existing provisions relating to corporation and LLC governance; articles of merger;
Winter weather is the cause of a second straight day of closures for Arkansas and Kentucky Secretary of State Offices. Also, the Delaware Division of Corporations opened today at 10:00 AM EST.
The Secretary of State posted a reminder to business entities to file annual reports online prior to June 30 to avoid a 60 day notice of administrative dissolution.
The Secretary of State posted a news release reminding business entities to file annual reports by July 1 to avoid bad standing and a final 60 day notice resulting in administrative dissolution or revocation of authority to do business in
The Secretary of State recently posted a news release that occupational license tax forms for each jurisdiction that imposes a tax on net profits or gross receipts may be accessed through Kentucky’s Business One Stop Portal. More information is available
June 30 is the deadline to file business entity annual reports to remain in good standing. More information is available at http://sos.ky.gov/business/
The Secretary of State posted a reminder to business entities to file annual reports online by July 1 to avoid bad standing and administrative dissolution or revocation. Need assistance filing your annual reports? CSC can help. Contact a CSC Representative
Kentucky has enacted the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. The governor signed Senate Bill 97 on April 11, 2012. The new law adopts the Alternative A “Only If” approach for individual debtor name sufficiency in Section 9-503(a)(4), incorporates the
The Kentuckylegislation introduced Senate Bill 97 on January 11, 2012 to adopt the 2010 Amendments to UCC Article 9. The legislature passed the 2010 Amendments last year, but the governor vetoed the legislation over sections of the bill unrelated to