CSC Texas Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated

The corporate law resource attorneys in the Lone Star State need to do business right.
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CSC brings you the latest edition of Texas Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated. This comprehensive-yet-accessible deskbook contains up-to-date Texas corporate law statutes and forms attorneys need to conduct research more effectively, complete transactions more efficiently, and advise clients with confidence.


  • The full text of the Texas Business Organizations Code as well as chapters relating to investment securities and secured transactions from the UCC current through the 2023 Legislative Session
    • More than 60 newly enacted or amended sections, including new provisions regarding delegation of authority to issue shares, inspection of books and records, ratification of defective acts by an LLC or partnership, reinstatement of terminated entities, and springing members in LLCs.
    • Blackline Amendment notes following each amended section illustrate exactly what text was added and deleted by the Legislature
  • Gain insight with expert analysis
    • A summary of changes to the law by noted Texas attorney Byron Egan of Jackson Walker L.L.P. provides an overview of the changes in business entity law, while a Special Commentary by Mr. Egan explores Texas’ new system of specialty trial courts created to hear significant business-related suits
  • Annotated with the latest case law—more than 150 case notes added since the previous edition
  • Practical tools to aid your business entity law practice
    • An easy-to-reference Texas Fee Schedule shows required fees for business filings with the Secretary of State
    • Access over 70 Texas forms for incorporation/formation, qualification, mergers, dissolution, and name reservation for all entity types via our LexisNexis Bookstore online download center

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The 2021 Edition ISBN was 9781663313669.

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Pub Number: 33575


Table of contents

About the Senior Legal Advisors to CSC
Table of Sections Affected by 2023 Legislation
Table of New Annotations
Summary of Selected 2023 Changes to Texas Laws Governing Business Entities Texas
Special Commentary: Texas Business Court
Summary of Full Text Cases
Texas Fee Schedule

Business Organizations Code
Title 1.  General Provisions
Title 2.  Corporations
Title 3.  Limited Liability Companies
Title 4.  Partnerships
Title 5.  Real Estate Investment Trusts
Title 6.  Associations
Title 7.  Professional Entities
Title 8.  Miscellaneous and Transition Provisions

Business and Commerce Code
Title 1. Uniform Commercial Code
       Chapter 1. General Provisions
       Chapter 8. Investment Securities
       Chapter 9. Secured Transactions

Civil Practice and Remedies Code
Title 2.  Trial, Judgment, and Appeal [Selected sections]

Code of Criminal Procedure
Title 1.  Code of Criminal Procedure of 1965
       Chapter 17A. Corporations and Associations

Penal Code
Title 2.  General Principles of Criminal Responsibility
       Chapter 7. Criminal Responsibility for Conduct of Another [Selected sections]

Appendix A — Featured Full-Text Texas Cases
Appendix B — List of Texas Business Entity Forms
Texas Business Entity Forms
– Available on LexisNexis Store Download Center