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Delaware Business Entity Laws

Delaware is a prominent entity formation state with over 1 million active business entities. And, every year, the state amends its business entity laws – allowing it to meet emerging and changing needs of its entities.  

If you’re forming or buying a business, advising Delaware businesses, or if you already own, manage or invest in a Delaware business, it’s essential to stay apprised of these changes. Delaware often inspires changes in other states and provides insights into evolving trends in today’s business world, making this White Paper a must-read regardless of where you’ve located your business.

Delaware’s changes in 2013 include, among others: 

  • Delaware single-member LLCs
  • Ratification of defective acts
  • Charging orders
  • Delaware public benefit corporations

This White Paper by CT’s compliance experts recaps the 2013 Delaware Amendments to Delaware’s business entity laws. With this handy synopsis, you’ll be better apprised of Delaware’s recent changes affecting business entities. 

Topics Included

  • Changes to the General Corporation Law (GCL)
  • Amendments to the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act (DLLCA)
  • Amendments to the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (DRULPA) and the Delaware Revised Uniform Partnership Act (DRUPA)

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