The Readable Delaware General Corporation Law: 2018-2019 VisiLaw Marked and Unmarked Versions

401 Pages Posted: 27 Jul 2018 Last revised: 30 Jul 2018

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Lynn M. LoPucki

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - School of Law

Abstract

VisiLaw is a system for marking statutes to make them easier to read. This paper contains:

1. a short introduction to VisiLaw

2. a complete, VisiLaw-marked copy of the Delaware General Corporation Law, and

3. a complete, unmarked copy of the Delaware General Corporation Law.

The statutes are current through end of the legislative session on June 30, 2018. They include Senate Bill No. 180, which was enacted on that date.

VisiLaw markings visually separate sentences, and clauses within sentences, making it easy to see where each begins and ends. The ability to see sentence structure at a glance makes it possible to read clauses one at a time, without losing orientation in the overall structure. Within each constituent clause, underlining identifies a skeletal sentence – subject, verb, direct object and a few other words. The underlining enables the reader to quickly get the gist, and understand the structure, of the constituent clauses.

Keywords: readable, Delaware, corporation law, VisiLaw, Delaware General Corporation Law

Suggested Citation

LoPucki, Lynn M., The Readable Delaware General Corporation Law: 2018-2019 VisiLaw Marked and Unmarked Versions. UCLA School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 18-26. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3217394

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