The Secretary of State posted a notice regarding deceptive solicitations received by business entities from Business Compliance Division which is not affiliated or associated with Louisiana state government in any way.
House Bill 956 (Act 227) signed by the governor May 26 and effective August 1 eliminates the requirement that birth dates of parties be included on any act or document which evidences a privilege and is filed for recordation and
House Bill 289 (Act No. 89) signed by the governor May 11 and effective August 1 provides that a terminated corporation’s juridical personality continues for the purpose of disposing of immovable property.
Senate Bill 199 (Act 379) signed by the governor June 5 and effective August 1 requires a domestic insurer or HMO to obtain the approval of the Commissioner of Insurance prior to a merger.
Senate Bill 220 (Ac 170) signed by the governor May 19 and effective August 1 allows an exception to the general rule regarding termination of LLC membership interests if provided for in the articles of organization or a written operating
House Bill 714 (Act 442) signed by the governor June 9 and effective August 1 amends the Business Corporation Act to incorporate changes to the Model Business Corporations Act and a transition rule for reinstatement of a corporation whose charter
Senate Bill 469 (Act No. 76) signed by the governor May 11 and effective August 1 mandates that the recorder of mortgages, upon receipt of a written signed application, cancel recordation of a mortgage that has prescribed by the lapse
House Bill 284 (Act No. 107) signed by the governor May 19 and effective August 1 amends the Business Corporations Act to (i) require restated articles to contain original articles and amendments and (ii) delete the 30 day grace period
House Bill 19a (Act No. 12) signed by the governor and effective March 10 provides that LLCs shall be treated and taxed as corporations for the purposes of the income and franchise taxes.
House Bill 394 (Act 398) signed by the governor July 1 and effective October 5 amends existing law regarding business entity name reservation to provide for a nonrenewable reservation period of 120 days and requires a person seeking to register