Secretary of State Limited Liability Company (LLC)

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Unregistered Foreign LLCs – Are They In Violation?

The California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA), which took effect on January 1 of last year, is fraught with drafting mysteries.  Why, for example, did the legislature deem it necessary to change the...more

Some LLC Names Slip Past California’s Statutory Ban

The California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act explicitly bans a number of different words from being included in LLC names: The name shall not include the words “bank,” “trust,” “trustee,”...more

Legislature Imposes New Penalty On LLCs

As I discussed in this earlier post, “transacting intrastate business” is not the same as “doing business” in this state. Foreign corporations and limited liability companies must register with the Secretary of State if they...more

Changes In California Business Entity Filings Take Effect Next Week

The California Secretary of State has given notice of the following changes to business entity filings...more

Don’t Let the Secretary of State Shutter Your Business

When you form a limited liability company or a corporation, your entity becomes a separate legal identity from you. This is what enables the company’s debts and liabilities to be separate from the yours as the owner (limited...more

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