Canada Company Minute Books

Canada Company Minute Books

Canada Company Minute Book. It does not have a fancy name or a romantic description, but it is the most important part of record maintenance that any corporation must have.

By law, you need to keep corporate records. Corporate records should be maintained by all federally or provincially incorporated companies, regardless of their size. A minute book is a common, and convenient, way to do so.

The minute book is a record that includes important information about the corporation including, but not limited to: Articles of Incorporations, by-laws, minutes of meetings, names and addresses of all shareholders, government filings, legal documents, significant transactions, and account records.

Basically, any significant information about the corporation should be included in the minute book. So, is it necessary for all corporations to maintain a minute book? The answer is a clear ‘Yes’.

What kind of minute book services we provide

We provide a personalized company minute book in Ms and PDF format that includes:

Organizational Resolutions
Register of Directors
Resignation of Director Form
Appointment of Corporate Officers
Resignation of Officer Form
Subscription of Shares
Share Certificate
Register of Shareholders
Consent and waiver for allotment of shares
Directors’ resolutions approving the allotment of shares
Consent and waiver for transfer of shares.
Shares Transfer Form
Directors’ Resolutions Approving Transfer of Shares
Bylaws
Notice of Organizational Meeting of Incorporators and Directors
Waiver of Notice of Meeting of Incorporators and Directors
Minutes of Organizational Meeting of Board of Directors
Waiver of Notice First Meeting of Shareholders
Minutes First Meeting of Shareholders
Notice to Directors of Regular Board Meeting
Minutes Shareholders Annual Meeting
Minutes Regular Board Meeting

Order today your personalized Company Minute Book, for only $39.99

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