Corporation law in Connecticut
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Corporation law in Connecticut by Samuel S. Cross

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

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  • Connecticut.

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  • Corporation law -- Connecticut.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statement[by] Samuel S. Cross.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFC3813 .C7
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 658 p.
Number of Pages658
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5706751M
LC Control Number70163202

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Sec. Short title: Connecticut Business Corporation Act. Sections to , inclusive, shall be known and may be cited as the “Connecticut Business Corporation Act”. (P.A. , S. 1, ) History: P.A. effective January 1, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cross, Samuel S. Corporation law in Connecticut. Boston, Little, Brown, (OCoLC) Document Type. This indenture made in duplicate this day of A.D. by and between the Connecticut and Passumpsic Rivers Railroad Company a corporation existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Vermont party of the first part and hereinafter denominated the lessor and the Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation a corporation existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Commonwealth of .   The new Connecticut Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (the “New CT LLC Act”) will be taking effect July 1, The New CT LLC Act is based on the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act adopted by the Uniform Laws Commission and replaces the Connecticut Limited Liability Company Act (the “Old Act”).

Title Corporations Title Limited Partnerships, Partnerships, Professional Associations, Limited Liability Companies and Statutory Trusts Title Trade Regulations, Trademarks and Collective and Certification Marks Title 36A. The Banking Law of Connecticut Title 36B.   The Banking Law of Connecticut (All sections transferred or repealed) Title 36a Chapters to (Secs. 36a-1 to 36aa) The Banking Law of Connecticut: Title 36b Chapters to c (Secs. 36b-1 to 36b) Connecticut Securities Law and Business Opportunity Investment Act: Title 37 Chapter (Secs. to ) Interest. In Connecticut, if an item scans higher at checkout than the sticker price on the item itself or the price posted on the shelf, the shopper is entitled to that item at no cost. State law requires the retailer to give the item free, up to a value of $ The Judicial Branch law libraries hold a number of items that may aid a person researching probate law. Connecticut Probate Deskbook, Revised Edition. by Nancy E. Blair, John R Musicaro, Jr. and Gayle B. Wilhelm ; Connecticut Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts Library, by Robert F. Cohn.. Death Taxes, 3rd ed., by Gayle B. Wilhelm Drafting Trusts in Connecticut. 2nd ed., by Ralph H. Folsom and.

corporation, particular acts regulated by the laws of the state where they occur, and its securities subject to a combination of state and federal laws. The purpose of this book is to provide a framework for under-standing these laws and rules as they pertain to corporations. The book begins with a look at the various forms of business organiza-. Connecticut Lottery Corporation – Ch. a Prohibition Against Gambling By Minors; Uniform Administrative Procedure Act – Ch. 54 Charitable Games Statutes (Ch. 98, Sec. - q) Bingo Statutes (Ch. 98, Sec. - e) Sealed Ticket Statutes (Ch. 98, section h i). Connecticut Rules of Civil Procedure Please note that lobbyists are active in the state of Connecticut and laws concerning civil procedure and process serving can change. Therefore the information listed below may have been amended. For updated process serving legislation, please visit the Connecticut State Legislature website. Sec.   State Corporation Laws Overview. State laws regulate the manner in which corporations, partnerships, and other business entities are established and structured. Laws governing these different business forms are not the same, especially in areas such as personal liability for business debts and the business's tax obligations.