corporation law

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that branch of jurisprudence that studies the laws governing corporations

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3 ( ANI ): The Lok Sabha on Thursday passed the Punjab Municipal Corporation Law (Extension to Chandigarh) Amendment Bill, 2017.
Lost in the legislative hoopla over the budget, Medicaid and medical marijuana was an update of New Hampshire's business corporation laws, an act that passed both houses on unanimous roll call votes and was signed into law Thursday by Gov.
It is written into the Delaware General Corporation Law that LLCs can be incorporated by anyone who has been given authority to do so, without naming the actual owner--thus granting a degree of anonymity to the owner.
12(E)(5) of the Ohio Nonprofit Corporation Law shall not apply to the Association to the extent that it requires the indemnification of volunteers (as that term is defined in Section 1702.
According to the ruling, the merger of the SMLLC and the corporation will occur under state General Corporation Law and the Limited Liability Company Act.
The California tax statutes rely on the Federal S corporation law that existed as of Jan.
The Maryland General Corporation law permits a board of directors of a Maryland corporation to elect on behalf of the corporation to be subject to one or more of the following provisions that: (a) establish a classified board, a wholly owned subsidiary of Legg Mason, Inc.
In Letter Ruling 9514008, the IRS determined that a payment to a lawyer employed by a personal service corporation law firm, for serving in his own capacity on a client's board of directors, was income to the lawyer, and not to the firm.
Under the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware and the Company's bylaws, the presence in person or by proxy of the holders of a majority of the shares entitled to vote is required to take any action at the annual meeting.
The corporation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation organized by the city of San Diego, CA, under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law of the California Government Code.
Subject to approval of the dissolution and plan by holders of a majority of the shares of the Company's outstanding Common Stock, the Company plans to dissolve and wind down its business affairs and in furtherance thereof to sell or otherwise dispose of its assets, including inventory, property and equipment and intellectual property, discharge its liabilities, and distribute the net proceeds, if any, to its stockholders, all in accordance with applicable law including the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware.
Highland"), has filed a complaint in the Delaware Court of Chancery due to the express refusal of Motient Corporation (PINK:MNCP) to comply with Highland's stockholder request for certain information made pursuant to Section 220 of the Delaware General Corporation Law.
It is organized under the Massachusetts Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation Law for the mutual benefit of the developers, distributors and customers of open source software products and services.
The lawsuit maintains that the proposed transaction between Sovereign and Santander will give Santander (either alone or in concert with others) voting power over 20% or more of Sovereigns' common stock and, therefore, constitutes a "control transaction" under the Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law.
The suit argues that in addition to violating Section 141(a) of the General Corporation Law which provides that the "business and affairs of the Corporation shall be managed by or under the direction of the Board of Directors," the stockholder proposal also conflicts with Bally Total Fitness' Certificate of Incorporation, which explicitly authorizes the Board to amend the bylaws.
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