May 28, 2024
The New York LLC Transparency Act has been signed into law and takes effect January 1, 2026. Each non-exempt Limited Liability Company (LLC) formed or qualified to do business in New York will be required to file a beneficial ownership disclosure (BOD) with the New York Department of State (DOS). Read More >
New York’s Limited Liability Company Transparency Act
March 28, 2024
Effective as of March 20, 2024, New York’s Property Condition Disclosure Act, in effect since 2002, no longer permits a seller of residential real estate to opt out of delivering a Property Condition Disclosure Statement by giving the Purchaser a $500 closing credit. Read More >
NYS Property Condition Disclosure as of March 20 2024 – PCDA New York
February 02, 2024
If you are an owner of a company, such as a limited liability company or a corporation, you will likely be required to comply with the Corporate Transparency Act, which went into effect on January 1, 2024. Read More >
Corporate Transparency Act - What you need to know
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