Category: Corporations

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What does “registered office” for my corporation mean?

Every corporation in Alberta must have a “registered office” address listed with Corporate Registry. The registered office is the address where the minute book should be kept, and also where legal documents can be served on the corporation. Also, directors, shareholders, and other stakeholders of the company have rights to see the certain corporate documents […]

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What’s the difference between “Ltd”, “Inc”, and “Corp”?

The name for your corporation always has to end in a “legal element”. A legal element is the “Ltd.”, “Limited”, “Inc.”, “Incorporated”, “Corp.”, or “Corporation” that goes at the end of the name. What’s the difference between those six things? Nothing – they all mean the same thing in Alberta. Pick whichever one you think […]

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What is a Minute Book?

Every corporation needs certain documents such as bylaws, director resolutions, shareholder resolutions, share certificates, share registers and ledgers, and director/officer registers. These documents are typically kept in a binder which is called a “minute book”. Each year the corporation is required to prepare certain shareholder resolutions and director resolutions which are kept in the minute […]

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