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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