Saskatchewan Extra Provincial Registration

Saskatchewan Extra Provincial Registration

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Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Registration Service $129.99. Register NOW Online a New Extra-Provincial corporation in Saskatchewan, according to the provisions of the Saskatchewan Business Corporation Law. Company Formations provides fast and easy Extra-Provincial Registration in Saskatchewan and provides all the documents your new Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial corporation will need to keep your new corporation up-to-date and in compliance with your province corporations law.

Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Registration. Companyformations.ca simplify to the maximum the task of incorporating a new Extra-Provincial Corporation in Saskatchewan, by offering an easy online Extra-Provincial Registration service in three easy steps.

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What is an extra-provincial corporation?

An extra-provincial corporation is a body corporate that has been incorporated, amalgamated, or continued outside the jurisdiction of Saskatchewan.

Which extra-provincial corporations must register?

Every extra-provincial corporation must register under Part 21 of the Business Corporations Act within (30) days after it begins to carry on business in Saskatchewan. As a result of amendments to the Business Corporations Act in 1987, Canadian Corporations are now required to register as extra-provincial corporations if they are carrying on business in Saskatchewan.

What constitutes carrying on business in Saskatchewan?

According to Section 264 of the Business Corporations Act, an extra-provincial corporation carries on business in Saskatchewan if:

its name, or any name under which it carries on business, is listed in a telephone directory for any part of Saskatchewan;
its name, or any name under which it carries on business, appears or is announced in any advertisement in which an address in Saskatchewan is given for the extra-provincial corporation;
it has a resident agent or representative or a warehouse, office, or place of business in Saskatchewan;
it solicits business in Saskatchewan;
it is licensed or registered or required to be licensed or registered, under any Act of Saskatchewan entitling it to do business;
It is in respect of a public vehicle as defined in the Motor Transport Act, the holder of a certificate of registration under the Motor Vehicle Administration Act unless it neither picks up or nor delivers goods or passengers in Saskatchewan;
it is the holder of a certificate issued by the Saskatchewan Motor Transport Board unless it neither picks up or delivers goods or passengers in Saskatchewan, or it otherwise carries on business in Saskatchewan.

The process of Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Registration has three main elements:

First is the Name Search and approval.

This search is used to confirm that no one else has a business or registered trademark with a name as, or similar to, the one you have chosen. The name of an incorporated company must end with one of the following designations:

* Limited or Limitee;
* Incorporated or Incorporee or
* Corporation

The following abbreviations of the above are also acceptable:

* Ltd. Or Ltee.
* Inc.
* Corp.

If the name of the company is to be its incorporation number, for example, 123456 A.B. Ltd; a name approval is not required and the number will be assigned at the time of incorporation.

Note: Canada corporations (federally incorporations) are exempt from this requirement.

Second. Application of registration completed.

Application for registration must be filed with the following forms:

a statement of Registration
Notice of Attorney
an original Saskatchewan Search Report, (also known as a NUANs report), less than 90 days old, relating to the name appearing on the Statement of Registration;
a copy of the corporation’s charter, including all amendments, certified to be true copies by a company official, having custody of the original documents.

The third element is the fee to file your application for incorporation.

Fees:

Saskatchewan Name Search Report: $50.00
Registration Fees: $265.00
Our Service Fees: $129.99
GST (5%): $6.49
Total: $451.48