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Lawmakers in Connecticut have responded to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic with the approval of a number of legislative changes related to remote meetings and voting, while Rhode Island legislators passed a new tax law addressing COVID relief funding.
The 2022 Edition of Connecticut & Rhode Island Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated captures these legislative developments to ensure that practitioners in those states are working with the most up-to-date information.
New legislation in the jurisdictions included the following:
The 2022 Edition of Connecticut & Rhode Island Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated captures these legislative developments to ensure that practitioners in those states are working with the most up-to-date information. A Table of Sections Affected is included for each jurisdiction so you can quickly identify statutory changes.
The book also includes the latest case notes from state and federal courts from both jurisdictions interpreting the law. The book’s Table of New Annotations lists all newly-added cases, and new cases are also highlighted with gray bars in the body of the book.
There’s an up-to-date Fee Schedules for each state with required filing fees for various business services, as well as online access to business forms for incorporation/formation, qualification, mergers, dissolution, and name reservation for all business entity types in Connecticut and the Rhode Island via the LexisNexis Bookstore download center. A state-specific listing of the forms and contact information is included in each jurisdiction’s appendix.
Connecticut and Rhode Island Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated is available as a softbound book or as an ebook, compatible with dedicated e-reader devices, computers, tablets and smartphones that use e-reader software or applications. It is also available on the LexisNexis Digital Library.
To learn more about the 2022 Edition of Connecticut & Rhode Island Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated, call 1.800.533.1637 or visit us online at www.lexisnexis.com/csc.