ALABAMA House Bill 72 (Act 2018-25), signed by the governor on February 22 and effective January 1, 2019, revises the Alabama Partnership Act to provide procedures for formation, powers, governance, and dissolution applicable to domestic and foreign LLPs and LLLPs.
Council Bill 324 (Act A22-0471) signed by the mayor October 15 and effective after a 30-day period of congressional review and publication in the DC Register enacted the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts to facilitate transactions using electronic records.
House Bill 361 (Chapter 25) signed by the governor March 1 and effective October 31, repealed the filing fee for a partnership statement of termination and clarified a surcharge of $20.00 is due for any form not generated by the
House Bill 334 (Chapter 453) signed by the governor and effective October 16 authorizes the Insurance Commissioner to issue conditional certificates of authority to captive insurance company applicants to conduct business during review of applications and to summarily revoke a
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACS) has the statutory duty to administer the Government Imposter and Deceptive Advertisement Act (GIDAA) which was enacted in 2018 to prohibit businesses from sending or posting online advertisements falsely representing that an
The State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) Charter Division posted a note that a final forfeiture letter dated October 16, 2018 was mailed from SDAT with an incorrect forfeiture date. The correct date of forfeiture is December 17, 2018
Senate Bill 9 (Chapter 44) signed by the governor April 10 and effective October 1 repeals a requirement that persons filing specified documents with the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) pay a $5.00 nonrefundable processing fee to have
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) posted information that assumed names expiring December 31, 2018 can be renewed online for 5 years by eligible corporations, LLCs and limited partnerships at www.michigan.gov/corpfileonline.
Senate Bill 82 signed by the governor April 10 and effective October 1 requires corporations, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships, and statutory trusts to have a resident agent, rather than at least one resident agent, and alters the effective date
UPDATED 10/12/2018: The Secretary of State will remain close today October the 12th. Original Post: Hurricane Michael is expected to hit the state of Florida (Panhandle region) tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10. Due to this, the Florida Secretary of State and