Latest received: 2019-2020 Pocket parts.
By Miller, Elizabeth S.
3rd ed. c2011.
"...presents a comprehensive analysis of the Texas Business Organizations Code, which has replaced 11 former statutes that previously governed business organizations, as well as all related case law and other legal developments. Coverage includes:choice of the business form; formation, operation, and winding up of corporations; limited liability companies (LLCs); partnerships, including limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited partnerships (LPs); fiduciary duties...; fundamental business transactions (mergers, conversions, etc.) and foreign filing entities registered to transact business in Texas." - from the publisher
O'Connor's Texas business organizations codes plus
Latest received: 2019-2020 Edition.
Jones McClure Pub.
"...the complete guide to Texas business organizations – it includes the entire Business Organizations Code, selected Business and Commerce Code sections, the Texas Securities Act, and related statutes, all annotated with quotations from controlling cases." - from the publisher
Latest received: 2018 Supplement.
State Bar of Texas.
First edition. 2013-.
"... contains over 100 forms carefully drafted in simple, concise language. The commentary, thoroughly supported by cited authorities, explains relevant law and procedures. Thorough indexes of authorities cited, forms, and subject matter provide ready access." "Includes forms for forming, reorganizing, and terminating a corporation, company agreements for single-member, member-managed and manager-managed LLCs, Secretary of state forms for corporations and LLCs and 42 CLE articles with valuable tips for practitioners."- from the publisher.
Texas limited liability companies : Under the business organizations code : forms and practice manual
Latest received: Release 13, Jan. 2020.
By Bowers, William P.
Data Trace Pub. Co.
1st ed. c2006.
"This extensive, updated manual, with its more than 1,960 pages of valuable content, will help you stay current and efficient by providing appropriate statutes and regulations — complemented by thorough discussions and analyses of any changing federal and Texas state laws. Plus, you'll be expertly guided through an extensive selection of appropriate LLC forms using an easy-to-follow format. Included are customizable electronic forms as well as explanations and planning strategies for the LLC business structure." - from the publisher
Latest received: 2019-20 Edition.
By Barton, J. Cary.
"This is a how to guide for Texas practitioners concerning business entities. It provides a strong framework for all aspects of commencement of business and types of businesses in Texas, including forms, checklists, and practice tips. Contains cites to leading and most recent case law to give you the latest information available. Also includes library cross-references to forms, digest topics, case law, codes, statutes and other analytical product." - from the publisher
Emerging companies guide : A resource for professionals and entrepreneurs
American Bar Association, Section of Business Law.
2nd ed. c2011.
"A practical resource for those interested in forming a new company as well as for those who are advising them. This guide is a useful tool for the law practitioner and the law professor. Includes a CD-ROM with customizable agreements." - from the publisher
The family limited partnership deskbook : Forming and funding FLPs and other closely held business entities
By Lewis, David T.
American Bar Association.
2nd ed. c2007.
"A reference for practitioners who want to understand and comply with both formal and substantive requirements in the creation and administration of FLPs and LLCs, this guide provides in-depth analysis of all facets of these planning vehicles. It offers detailed knowledge on the basic principles of drafting, how and when to form and fund an FLP or LLC, and the fundamental principles used in valuing FLP and LLC interests that are to be transferred." - from the publisher. Sample forms are also included on a CD-ROM that accompanies the book.
By Autry, Charles T.
ABA, Business Law Section.
Intended for the practitioner who has had limited exposure to the cooperative business, provides an overview of cooperative law and discusses the ways cooperatives differ from other business organizations. Topics covered include the history of cooperatives, when to use the cooperative form of business, types of cooperatives and their different business structures, the roles of the various member types, capitalization, and taxation of cooperatives. Detailed notes and case citation are provided to further information.