The Model Business Corporation Act adopted by Washington during the 1965 Legislative Session becomes effective July 1, 1967. The financial provisions of the New Act are in many respects very complex and will be a matter of concern to local counsel in their efforts to prospectively arrange for the transition from the old to the New Act. The author, in the following pages, which represent the first half of a two-part article, explores the general philosophy, policy decisions and detailed provisions of the financial sections of the New Act. The second half of the article will be published in a subsequent issue of the Review
Richard O. Kummert,
The Financial Provisions of the New Washington Business Corporation Act [Part 1],
Wash. L. & Rev.
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