Registering an Extra Provincial Corporation in New Brunswick

If you want to do business in New Brunswick and are incorporated outside of the province, you will need to register your business as an extra-provincial corporation.

You need to:

Register no later than 30 days after you start doing business in New Brunswick
Provide an Atlantic-based NUANS name search report done through a private sector firm
Include the appropriate filing fee

The New Brunswick Business Corporation Act requires extra-provincial corporations “carrying on business” in New Brunswick to be registered under the NBBCA. An extra-provincial corporation is “carrying on business” in New Brunswick if:

a. its name, or any name under which it carries on business, appears or is announced in any advertisement in which an address in New Brunswick is given for the extra-provincial corporation;
b. it has a resident agent or representative or a warehouse, office or place of business in New Brunswick;
c. it solicits business in New Brunswick;
d. it is the owner of any estate or interest in land in New Brunswick;
e. it is licensed or registered or required to be licensed or registered under any Act of New Brunswick entitling it to do business;
f. it is the holder of a certificate of registration under the Motor Vehicle Act;
g. it is the holder of a license issued under the Motor Carrier Act; or
h. it otherwise carries on business in New Brunswick.

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