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Contact Information

The only contact information we need is your e-mail address. It allows us to send you the finished documents. It will not be included in the documents.

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Legal Ending

The Corporations Directorate will assign a number for the company name. The number must be followed by a legal ending. Select the legal ending you desire from the following:

Limited Incorporated  Corporation Limitee
Ltd. Inc. Corp. Incorporee


Registered Office

This is the office where legal documents may be served on the company. The address of this office must be locatable. It cannot be a post office box. It must also be within Canada.

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Incorporators

The incorporators are the designated founders of the company. The incorporators are also the first directors.

The incorporators must be 18 years of age or older. In addition, the majority of the incorporators must ordinarily be residents of Canada.

This incorporation process allows from one to three incorporators. To add new directors after the incorporation, see Appoint Director.

Incorporator 1
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Resident Canadian: Yes  No 
Incorporator 2 (optional)
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Incorporator 3 (optional)
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Resident Canadian: Yes  No  


Share Capital

The incorporation process does not involve the allotment of company shares. Before shares can be allotted, the company must first incorporate. To allot shares once incorporated, either to the founders or to new shareholders, use Minute Book or Share Allotment.

This incorporation process automatically determines the authorized capital of the company to consist of an unlimited number of Common shares without par value. Thus, the company has only one class of shares, and the company is entitled to issue as many of these shares as it sees fit.

Beyond the voting, dividend and dissolution rights prescribed by the Canada Business Corporations Act, there are no special rights or restrictions attached to these shares. The only exception is the restrictions arising from the Articles of Incorporation. The Articles place restrictions on the issue, transfer and ownership of shares to preserve the status of the corporation as a private company. These include:

i. all share transfers must be authorized by a majority of the directors;
ii. the number of shareholders is limited to 50, with some exceptions; and,
iii. shares may not be offered to the public.

Should you wish to remove these restrictions at a later date, you should only do so after consulting a lawyer.


Directors

The Articles of Incorporation automatically stipulate the allowable number of directors to be from one to five.


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