Colorado lawmakers approved new provisions based on the American Bar Association’s Model Business Corporation Act for the ratification of defective corporate actions. Under the new law, corporations can ratify voidable and void corporate actions, such as the over-issuance of shares, through an administrative process. Until now, the only recourse for ratification available to Colorado entities was to seek ratification from the courts.

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Colorado introduces new procedures for ratifying defective corporate actions