Filing consolidating corporate papers
202.8 Motion procedure 202.9 Special proceedings 202.9-a Special proceedings authorized by subsection (d) of section 9-518 . the full name of an individual known to be a minor, except the minor's initials; and iv. In the Supreme Court, the program shall be limited to commercial claims and tax certiorari, conservatorship, and mental hygiene proceedings in Monroe, Westchester, New York and Suffolk Counties. 202.10 Appearance at Conferences 202.11 [Reserved] 202.12 Preliminary conference 202.12-a Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Actions . jurisdiction 202.14 Special masters 202.15 Videotape recording of civil depositions 202.16 Matrimonial actions; calendar control of financial disclosure . of triable issues and proceedings to judicial hearing . the date of an individual's birth, except the year thereof; iii. 26, 2010 Added (e) on November 6, 2014 Amended on August 31, 2015 Added (e)(1)(v) on December 23, 2015Effective March 1, 2016 Section 202.5-a Filing by Facsimile Transmission. (1) There is hereby established a pilot program in which papers may be filed by facsimile transmission with the Supreme Court and, as is provided in section 206.5-a of this Title, with the Court of Claims.202.1 Application of Part; waiver; additional rules; . (2) The court sua sponte or on motion by any person may order a party to remove CPI from papers or to resubmit a paper with such information redacted; order the clerk to seal the papers or a portion thereof containing CPI in accordance with the requirement of 22NYCRR §216.1 that any sealing be no broader than necessary to protect the CPI; for good cause permit the inclusion of CPI in papers; order a party to file an unredacted copy under seal for in camera review; or determine that information in a particular action is not confidential. Whenever a paper is filed that requires the payment of a filing fee, a separate credit card or debit card authorization sheet shall be included and shall contain the credit or debit card number or other information of the party or attorney permitting such card to be debited by the clerk for payment of the filing fee. 202.2 Terms and parts of court 202.3 Individual assignment system; structure 202.4 County Court judge; ex parte applications in Sup. For purposes of this rule, a matrimonial action shall mean: an action to annul a marriage or declare the nullity of a void marriage, an action or agreement for a separation, an action for a divorce, or an action or proceeding for custody, visitation, writ of habeus corpus, child support, maintenance or paternity. The papers, including exhibits, shall comply with the requirements of CPLR 2101(a) and section 202.5 of this Part and shall be signed as required by law.The holes shall be set apart 2 3/4 inches center to center and have a diameter of no less than 9/32 inch.All documents filed with the Clerk of Circuit Court shall be served on all other parties in the same or equivalent manner as the method of filing to ensure that there is no period of delay between the filing of documents and service of those documents on the parties.Introduction Corporations that are e-filing may use the following approved guidelines to prepare their income tax returns for tax years ending on or after December 31, 2013 without the need for a waiver. This is a living document and it will be updated as needed.Updated sections will be identified by the date they were updated.
For purposes of this rule, confidential personal information (“CPI”) means: i.Section 1 of Act 67 of 2013 provided that the act shall be known and may be cited as the GAA Amendments Act of 2013. "Governor." A person by or under whose authority the powers of an association are exercised and under whose direction the activities and affairs of the association are managed pursuant to the organic law and organic rules of the association. (6) A manager of a manager-managed limited liability company or a member that has the right to participate materially in the management of a member-managed limited liability company. (d) Notice of decennial filings.--Whenever a decennial filing is required by Title 54 to be made in the department, the department shall, not earlier than the November 1 prior to the commencement of the decennial year wherever practicable, give notice by mail to the registrant or other party of the decennial filing requirement, which notice shall be accompanied by appropriate application blanks or forms. (a) General rule.--The department has the power and authority reasonably necessary to enable it to administer this subchapter efficiently and to perform the functions specified in section 132 (relating to functions of Department of State), in 13 Pa. (2) Instructions accompanying sample filing forms and other explanatory material published in the Pennsylvania Code that is intended to substantially track applicable statutory provisions relating to the particular filing or to any of the functions of the department covered by this subsection, if a regulation of the department expressly states that those instructions or explanatory materials shall not have the force of law. (5) Except as otherwise provided by law, all the rights, privileges, immunities and powers of each merging association vest in the surviving association.