Enacted on April 1, 2014, new Delaware Code Sections 204 and 205 allow corporations to petition the Delaware Court of Chancery to validate or invalidate certain corporate acts that may have otherwise been of questionable validity. For example, in the first application of these new sections, in In re Trupanion, Inc., No. 9496 (Del. Ch. Apr. 28, 2014), Trupanion, its CEO, Board of Directors, and a stockholder requested that the Chancery Court validate a written consent of shareholders that did not technically comply with Delaware’s General Corporation Laws and also involved a reincorporation which was not authorized by the Board of Directors. It took less than one month for the Chancery Court to evaluate and validate the requested acts.