The Secretary of State Business Services Division posted a reminder for LLCs, LLPs and nonprofit corporations to file biennial reports in 2017 to avoid administration dissolution or revocation.
On its website, The North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office listed February 2 as the deadline to file nonprofit corporation annual reports.
Senate Bill 623 (Public Act No. 557) signed by the governor and effective January 10 simplifies, clarifies and modernizes the nonprofit corporation act including provisions for dissolution, merger and conversion of charitable purpose corporations.
Assembly Bill 2755 (Chapter 914) signed by the governor September 30 and effective January 1, 2015 amends the nonprofit corporation law to clarify the meaning of “director” does not include a person who does not have authority to vote as
Senate Bill 1505 (Chapter 899) signed by the governor May 9 and effective January 1, 2015 revises the Nonprofit Corporation Act regarding notices, filing requirements, filing fees, indemnification and liability, actions without a meeting, proxies, inspectors of election; the exercise
House Bill 350 signed by the governor March 29 and effective May 13 modifies the nonprofit corporation act regarding removal of directors.
Assembly Bill 491 (Chapter 255) signed by the governor September 6 and effective January 1, 2014 authorizes a corporation or nonprofit corporation to take actions in anticipation of or during an emergency, to conduct ordinary business operations and affairs in
February 1 is the filing deadline for nonprofit corporation annual reports which are available through the Business Records Search under the Business Services section on the Secretary of State’s website. Contact a CSC representative for more information @ 877-463-5769. View