Does Your Nonprofit Corporation Need to Register With the Charities Program?

The Washington Secretary of State’s Office, Division of Corporations and Charities, is conducting a review of organizations that are incorporated in the state of Washington. As a nonprofit corporation, you may be required to file an additional… Read More
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Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: Should Developers Dissolve Their LLCs After Completing a Project?

Real estate developers typically create limited liability companies (“LLCs”) as their choice of business entity for undertaking development projects. With exceptions, LLCs limit the personal liability of the real estate developer that is… Read More
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The New Growth Management Plan–Development Opportunities and Constraints

After three years in the making, the Clark County Board of Commissioners adopted a new Growth Management Plan on September 25. Miller Nash is pleased to provide a comprehensive overview of the new plan for Clark County and its cities. An unprecedente… Read More
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Urban Holding—Useful Planning Tool or An Impediment to Accommodating Growth

In both 1994 and 2004 as part of its Growth Management Plan, Clark County adopted an urban holding comprehensive plan designation as a special implementation procedure. This designation placed a “hold” on development until Clark County de… Read More
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Update on Clark County Comprehensive Plan

In December 1994, Clark County adopted its first Comprehensive Plan under Washington’s Growth Management Act. Clark County and its cities embarked on a 5-year update of the 20 year Comprehensive Plan. Although the local jurisdictions intended t… Read More
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