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Parasec Pro Tip: Proper Handling of Certified Documents

Tampering or modifying state-certified documents can be a costly and time-consuming mistake to make—as doing so means the documents will be considered invalid. Once a document has been state-certified, it becomes official and it is crucial that it be kept…

Parasec Website: A New, Cleaner Website

The first phase of our website redesign is slated to launch in the coming months. The new Parasec website will feature a streamlined, modern look and enriched content—providing users with a more intuitive experience that enables them to navigate information…

Qatar: Changes to Authentication of Commercial Documents

Effective August 26, 2019, the Consulate General of the State of Qatar will no longer accept the authentication of the National US Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) on commercial documents. All commercial documents are now required to be authenticated by…

Texas: Assumed Name Certificate Filings

Effective September 1, 2019 (pursuant to House Bill 3609), the Texas Business and Commerce Code will be amended to provide that a corporation, LP, LLP, LLC or foreign filing entity required to file an assumed name certificate shall file with…

Nevada: Filing Delays Starting Today

We wanted to make our clients aware that due to a system-wide upgrade, the Nevada Secretary of State will not be able to process any business filings until the morning of Friday, July 19th—barring any unforeseen circumstances. That said, we…

New Mexico: Original Signatures

Effective July 1, 2019, the New Mexico Secretary of State no longer requires original/”wet” signatures for corporate or LLC business filings. Limited Partnerships filings, however, still require an original signature.

Arizona – County Recording Filing Fee

Effective July 1, (pursuant to Senate Bill 1043) the filing fee for documents filed with the county recorder has been changed to a flat fee of $30 per recording document (except plats and surveys) in the state of Arizona. The…