Corporations Canada - guide to federal incorporation :: Iu70-4/8-2011E-PDF
helping small businesses incorporate federally
Gives business owners a general overview of federal corporate law under the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA). It provides essential information on: how to incorporate your business; filing Articles of Incorporation and other forms online; a number of administrative formalities; the internal organization of your corporation; the duties of directors and shareholders; how to keep your corporation in good standing; and samples of a number of completed forms, such as Articles of Incorporation, organizational resolutions, by-laws and minutes of a shareholders' meeting.
|Department/Agency||Industry Canada. Corporations Canada.|
|Title||Corporations Canada - guide to federal incorporation :|
|Subtitle||helping small businesses incorporate federally|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||"The information in this guide is current as of March 2011"--t.p.|
|Number of Pages||66p.|
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