On April 20, 2023, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed Senate Bill 244 into law. The legislation, effective July 1, 2023, makes many changes to Kansas’ business statutes. These changes include:
• Removing the requirement for professional corporations, for profit corporations, and non-profit corporations to list the amount of issued capital stock on their biennial report filings. Additionally, non-profit corporations are not required to list their number of memberships on their biennial report filings.
• Adding a requirement for professional corporations, LLCs, LLPs and LPs to list the location of their principal office on their biennial report filings.
• Adding a requirement for registered agent resignation filings to include the contact information of the last known officer, director, employee or designated agent of the entity who was authorized to receive communications from the registered agent. This information will not be considered public information and won’t be a part of the public record.
You can find more information, including the text of the bill, at H Sub for SB244 | Bills and Resolutions | Kansas State Legislature (kslegislature.org).