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As of October 30th, 2009, Massachusetts has approved new regulations pertaining to Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies. Copies of these regulations can be found here: http://www.sec.state.ma.us/COR/
One of the perks: in the past, if you were merging a MA LLC and a MC Corp., you had to provide both a filing for the Corp as well as a filing for the LLC; according to the new regulations, now you only have to submit one filing…READ MORE
Rejected documents cost filers valuable time and money. I hope that you’ve had the opportunity to review our previous blog posts addressing common mistakes on UCC1 Financing Statements and UCC3 Change Statements. In this post, we will discuss common reasons for the rejection of Corporate Documents.
A Corporate Document can be rejected for a variety of reasons. Here is a list of some common reasons a state might reject a Corporate Document:
If you need to search for anything at the county level in Delaware, you only have three counties from which to choose: New Castle (northernmost), Kent (middle), and Sussex (southernmost).
The Bankruptcy Court and U.S. District Court are located in the county seat of Wilmington, which is in New Castle County.
Below is a handy guide for figuring out what’s located where at the county level:
Recorder of Deeds: UCC/fixture filings,…READ MORE