CSC New York Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated
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CSC Publishing brings you New York Laws Governing Business Entities, Spring 2015 Edition. This annotated set helps you to conduct research more effectively, complete transactions more efficiently and better advise your clients. FEATURES Easily access the most important business entity laws You'll find the New York business entity statutes, rules, forms and opinions that you need in a portable format. Instantly pinpoint statutory changes Blackline Amendments Notes follow each amended section, showing additions 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 New York business cases. Gain insight Historical Legislative and Judicial Analyses prepared by New York business law experts give you valuable insight regarding changes to New York business entity laws. Quickly find required fees The Publication and Fee Tables provides a snapshot of fees for different entities. CONTENT • Business Corporation Law • Cooperative Corporations Law • Limited Liability Company Law • Not-For-Profit Corporation Law • Partnership Law • Religious Corporation Law • Uniform Commercial Code • State Constitution • Abandoned Property Law • Civil Practice Law and Rules • General Associations Law • General Business Laws • General Obligations Law • Tax Law IN THIS EDITION • Updated through Chapter 4 of the 2015 New York Legislative Session. • Includes amendments to the Business Corporation Law, Partnership Law, and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, as well as extensive changes to the UCC (including a complete rewrite of Article 1). • Over 20 new case annotations from New York state and federal district courts. • Full-text of five new cases covering the latest legal developments concerning derivative actions, capital contributions, dissolution and religious corporations. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.