Bill No. 33-119 (Act No. 8258) signed by the governor January 18 requires initial business licenses to be issued within 3 days of an application with payment of a $200 expedited service fee. Bill No. 33-219 (Act 8271) signed by
Assembly Bill 4699 (Chapter No. 2019-488) signed by the governor and effective January 21 regulates annual report filing services to require a written solicitation to prominently display the URL address of the Department of the Treasury’s Internet web site for
Senate Bill 4278 (Chapter 747) signed by the governor December 30 and effective January 29, 2020 amends the Business Corporation Law to require the Department of State and the Department of Taxation and Finance to study the number of women
The Corporation Commission’s news release on a December 12 open meeting noted approval of a proposal from the Corporations Division to implement same day/next day filing service. The Corporations Division has not yet provided an effective date which is expected
ALABAMA House Bill 250 (Act No. 2019-94) signed by the governor May 1 and effective January 1, 2020 revises the Business Corporation Law to conform with the American Bar Association’s Model Business Corporation Act of 2016 and current practice at
The state of Virginia will be implementing a new corporate & ucc internal system and website; scheduled to go live Monday, December 9. Schedule Over the counter document retrieval; should not be impacted Over the counter filings; routine service only,
Assembly Bill 433 (Chapter 445) signed by the governor and effective November 8 amends the Not for Profit Corporation law to regulate key persons in addition to directors and officers.
House Bill 52 signed by the governor March 25 and effective November 1 modifies the Notaries Public Reform Act to allow a notarization to be performed remotely.
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