Assembly Bill 10365 (Chapter 466) signed by the governor November 28 and effective May 28, 2017 amends the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law to correct certain inconsistencies in the Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 with respect to charitable corporation and trust governance.
Assembly Bill 8116 (Chapter 451) signed by the governor and effective November 28 until May 28, 2017 allows certain not-for-profit corporations to convert to a for-profit corporation if the incorporator submits to the attorney general a certification that legal advice
Assembly Bill 10266 (Chapter 391) signed by the governor and effective September 30 changes the city of New York unincorporated business tax filing deadline for partnerships and proprietorships to the 15th day of the fourth month after the tax year
Assembly Bill 7529 (Chapter 338) signed by the governor and effective September 29 amends the not-for-profit corporation act to allow a land bank to hold title to real property in the name of a subsidiary.
Assembly Bill 10251 (Chapter 260) signed by the governor and effective August 19 provides for a 15 month grace period for geologists to be licensed by the State Education Department and to form professional service corporations, design professional service corporations
Assembly Bill 9751 (Chapter 134) signed by the governor and effective July 21 amends the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law to substitute endorsement of the articles of incorporation by the adjutant general in place of the chief of state to solicit funds
Senate Bill 5868 (Chapter 555) signed the governor and effective December 20, 2015 amends amend the not-for-profit corporation law, the estates, powers and trusts law and the religious corporations law, in relation to the reform of charitable corporations.
The New York Department of State, Division of Corporations, State Records, and Uniform Commercial Code posted a notice regarding UCC System maintenance. The maintenance window begins at 3:30 PM EST on Wednesday, December 31 and is scheduled to end at
Delaware: Division Employee Recognition Luncheon will be held Dec. 12. The 4-12 shift will be working 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. and the following changes will be in effect: • All 30 Minute and Priority 1 (one-hour service) must be
Senate Bill 7762 (Chapter 321) signed by the governor and effective August 11 authorizes certain corporations with both charitable and business purposes to elect to be a non-charitable corporation.