CSC Delaware Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated
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Volume 2 of the set The CSC® Library of Publications brings you Delaware Laws Governing Business Entities. This annotated book helps you to conduct research more effectively, complete transactions more efficiently, and better advise your clients. FEATURES Easily Access the Most Important Business Entity Law You'll find all the statutes, rules, forms, and opinions that you need to transact Delaware business. Instantly Pinpoint Statutory Changes Use the Table of Sections Affected to find changes quickly. Blackline Amendment notes after each amended section showadditions and deletions. Identify New Case Annotations The Table of New Annotations and change bars highlight the most recently added material and let you quickly identify key Delaware cases. Quickly Find Required Fees and Forms The Amounts Payable summary provides a snapshot of fees for different entities. CONTENT Volume 1 (Annotated Statutes and Rules) features the following statutory content: • General Corporation Law • Revised Uniform Partnership Act • Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act • Limited Liability Company Act • Court of Chancery • Uniform Commercial Code (Articles 1, 8 and 9) Volume 2 (Annotations from All State and Federal Courts) features published and unpublished annotations from State and Federal Courts citing Delaware business entity law. Also included is the full text of recent key Delaware business opinions. IN THIS EDITION • Updated through Chapter 185 of the 147th Session of the Delaware General Assembly. • Chancery Court Rules updated through August 2, 2014. • Over 130 new case annotations from Delaware courts and other federal and state courts applying Delaware law. • Six new full text cases focusing on the latest legal developments regarding fee-shifting provisions in corporate by-laws, demand futility and excuse, resignation of directors, stockholder requests for information, and status quo orders. • In-depth legal analyses written by CSC® Publishing's Senior Legal Advisors, Delaware attorneys Matthew O'Toole and Robert Symonds, exploring the impact of the legislation coming out of the 2013 Session. This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.