North Carolina’s General Assembly approved significant changes to the state’s Business Corporation Act during the 2018 session, including the new Part on Ratification of Defective Corporate Actions, and substantial changes to law regarding corporate mergers and directors. Changes include:
These and other changes are captured in the 2019 Edition of North Carolina Laws Governing Business Entities. With up-to-date annotated business entity legislation for North Carolina, as well as other valuable features that make legal research faster and more efficient, this publication is a valuable resource for the legal and business communities in North Carolina and the surrounding region.
All legislative changes made during the 2018 North Carolina legislative session are found in the Table of Sections Affected. An analysis of the legislative changes is also included.
The latest new case notes from state and federal courts interpreting the law have been added to the new edition. In addition, a useful table of fees has also been included to help readers quickly determine required filing fees.
The companion CD-ROM provides 100 North Carolina forms for incorporation/ formation, qualification, mergers, dissolution, and name reservation for all entity types, as well as a listing of forms and contact information for North Carolina’s Business Registration Division of the Department of the Secretary of State.
The book’s expansive index, sequential pagination, and page tabs make finding the information quicker and easier, while larger pages and a clean typeface enhance readability. As with CSC’s other annotated statutory collections, North Carolina Laws Governing Business Entities is also available as an e-book and is part of the LexisNexis Digital Library.