Secretary Of State’s E-Mail Notification Bill To Be Amended

The Secretary of State is sponsoring AB 657 to allow both foreign and domestic corporations to indicate that they would like to receive notification from the Secretary of State’s office by email.

As discussed in this post, I submitted a comment letter asking that the bill be amended to make it clear that a corporation will only be required to furnish an email address if it wishes to receive notification by email. The Secretary of State’s office promptly notified me that it will be asking Assembly Member Gordon to amend the bill to address this concern, noting “This is how we had intended the bill to read initially and the amendment will correct this drafting error.”

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