Assembly Bill 434 (Chapter 384) signed by the governor and effective October 23 amends the Business Corporation Law to require corporations to permit shareholders to attend meetings via remote communications and be deemed present for voting purposes.
House Bill 2423 (Chapter 45) signed by the governor April 15 and effective November 1 enacts the Benefit Corporation Act and permits state bank or trust companies to be benefit corporations subject to the Banking Code. Senate Bill 642 (Chapter
A dispute over added recording fees has recently arisen between county recorders in California and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The dispute is already having an impact on search results and places those who rely on federal tax lien searches
The Secretary of State sent a notice to the public not to open email messages or click on links within email from the domain: “sos.state.ms.us”. More information can be accessed at https://www.sos.ms.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Senate Bill 438 (Public Act No. 68), Senate Bill 439 (Public Act No. 69), and Senate Bill 440 (Public Act No. 70) signed by the governor and effective September 30 extended the sunset provisions to September 30, 2023 for annual
The governor signed Senate Bill 26 on 4/1/2019, effective October 1, 2019, which will permit the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (the filing office for UCC and business entities) to adopt regulations regarding expedited document processing for an additional
Senate Bill 594 (Session Law 2019-117) signed by the governor July 11 amends existing provisions relating to registration of assumed business names certificates effective October 1 and filing false liens and encumbrances effective December 1.
Assembly Bill 207 (Chapter 19) signed by the governor May 8 and effective October 1 makes various changes to business entity statutes including, among others, authorization of a forum selection clause within articles of incorporation or bylaws; making entity records
House Bill 1611 (Act 665) signed by the governor April 3 and effective October 1 adopts the uniform protected series act.
Illinois Senate Bill 689 (Public Act 101-9) signed by the governor and effective June 5, 2019 contained various changes to Illinois state and local tax laws, including the following: Amnesty Both the Department of Revenue (DOR) and Office of the