House Bill 267 (Chapter 377) signed by the governor March 29 and effective May 10 amends charitable registration requirements.
Senate Bill 40 signed by the governor March 18 and effective May 10 addresses when actions of nonprofit corporation action may be taken without a meeting.
House Bill 106 (Chapter 401) signed by the governor March 30 and effective May 10 amends the Uniform Securities Act .
House Bill 104 signed by the governor March 21 and effective May 10 permits the county auditor to provide property tax notices by electronic means.
The governor signed Senate Bill 287 to amend the state’s version of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act on 3/31/2015. The amendment provides that transfers to a merchant who provides goods and services in good faith without knowledge of the debtor’s
Senate Bill 174 signed by the governor March 30 and effective May 12 requires a certificate of assumed and of true name to designate and maintain a registered agent in Utah.
House Bill 57 signed by the governor March 20 and effective May 12 modifies benefit corporation amendments and requires annual benefit reports to be filed with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code at the same time the corporation files
Senate Bill 74 signed by the governor March 26 and effective May 12 modifies provisions related to unincorporated business entities to address permitted LLC names, require filings to be typewritten or computer generated, modifies language related to entity conversion, and
Senate Bill 206 signed by the governor March 26 and effective May 12 amends the Business Corporation Act relating to the purposes and general powers of a corporation under the act.
The governor signed Senate Bill 93 to adopt the ULC “Hip-Pocket” amendments to Article 9 that are intended to address fraudulent UCC filing activities. The new law provides the filing office with the power to terminate a wrongfully filed record,