House Bill 353 (Chapter 418) signed by the governor and effective September 4 clarifies that a mortgagee is not required to file a separate statement of mortgagee address change for each mortgage recorded in the county or to include each
The Maryland Business Express (MBE) website of the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) now allows for online filing of up to 10 years of overdue Annual Reports and Personal Property Tax Returns. This previously paper-based process will enable
Senate Bill 770 (Public Law No. 115-236) signed by the President and effective August 14 requires the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to disseminate resources to reduce small business cybersecurity risks.
House Bill 410 (Chapter 2018-86) signed by the governor August 17 and effective August 18 permits the reinstatement of Native village corporations involuntarily dissolved by the Commissioner of Commerce, Community and Economic Development for failure to file biennial reports.
The Workers Compensation Commission sent an alert that reporting will shift to electronic data interchange beginning September 1. For additional information click here.
Senate Bill 194 (Chapter 352) signed by the governor and effective July 23 amended the Statutory Trust Act to among other things providing that the records of a statutory trust, registration of a beneficial interest in a statutory trust, a
Senate Bill 3398 (Public Act 100-0894) signed by the governor and effective August 14 amended the Limited Liability Company Act and the Professional LLC Act to permit conversions of LLCs to professional LLCs with no filing fee and to require
Senate Bill 841 (Public Act No. 131) signed by the governor May 2 and effective August 2 amends the Uniform Partnership Act to revise the liability shield for partners in a limited liability partnership.
Senate Bill 425 (Chapter 2018-222) signed by the governor June 8 and effective August 7 modifies requirements for LLC mergers and eliminates rights of former LLC members.
Senate Bill 180 (Chapter 354) signed by the governor July 23 amended the General Corporation Law. Effective August 1, 2018, nonstock corporations may ratify defective corporate acts, and Section 262 of the GCL was amended regarding shareholder appraisal rights. Another