3 edition of Incorporation and business guide for Alberta found in the catalog.
Incorporation and business guide for Alberta
James, J. D.
First ed., by R. D. Barry Sullivan, published in 1972 under title: Alberta incorporation guide.
|Other titles||Alberta incorporation guide.|
|Statement||Jack D. James.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, R. D. Barry.|
|LC Classifications||KEA316.Z82 J33 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||78321353|
Alberta Incorporation service in 24 hours for only $ Company Formations Canada provides fast and easy Alberta Incorporation Service and provides all the documents your new Alberta corporation will need to stay up-to-date and in compliance with the Alberta Business Corporation Act. Transcription — Federal incorporation [A woman business owner is standing in her pho enterprise, with a man and child at her side.] Narrator: Incorporating. [The woman shakes some spices into two steaming bowls of pho.] Narrator: Whether you are starting a business, or thinking about expanding, the word — and the prospect — can be.
Choosing between federal incorporation and provincial/territorial incorporation. You can incorporate your business at the federal level with Corporations Canada or incorporate in a specific province or territory with the provincial/territorial government.. There are several benefits to incorporating federally: 1. Provincial corporations can however make an extra-provincial registration to carry on business in another province or provinces (i.e. if an Ontario corporation wants to set up offices in Alberta it could apply to the Province of Alberta for registration as an extra-provincial corporation in Alberta). Provincial incorporation provides corporate.
This topic will discuss the process of incorporation in Alberta. The procedure to incorporate your business is complex. You are encouraged to consult a lawyer. To begin, you must choose a name for your corporation. You can use a numbered corporation, or select a proper name. If you choose to register as a numbered corporation, the number is. The records that a corporation is required to maintain are listed under s. 21 of the Alberta’s Business Corporations Act for provincial corporations and s. 20 under the Canada Business Corporations Act for federal corporations. These records are kept in the corporation’s minute book.
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Incorporation and Business Guide for Alberta. By Tom Carter, Lawyer. This is intended for a Canadian audience. ISBN: Even if you decide not to incorporate, this book will serve as a useful guide to the workings of the Alberta Business Corporations Act. Books and forms to learn how to incorporate your small business and understand the laws for business in Canada and America.
Incorporation and Business Guide for Alberta. CA$ Add to Cart. Incorporation and Business Guide for Ontario. CA$ Add to Cart. Ontario Incorporation. Even if you decide not to incorporate, this book will serve as a useful guide to the workings of the Alberta Business Corpora-tions Act.
About the author Tom Carter, LLB, operated a private law practice for nearly 20 years. Inhe closed the practice to take File Size: KB. The Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) governs all Federal Corporations formed in Canada, while the Alberta Business Corporations Act (ABCA) governs all Alberta provincial corporations.
More information on the advantages and disadvantages of each type of corporation may be found in our general Incorporation article. Articles of Incorporation (PDF, 2 MB).
Notice of English/French Name Equivalency (PDF, 2 MB) (optional). Step 4. Record your corporation’s address. The registered office needs to be a physical location in Alberta, so that the corporation can get legal documents delivered. Incorporate your business using our online Alberta Incorporation Package.
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Small businesses are becoming more and more popular in Alberta as residents begin running their own operations to procure an income. While most start as a simple sole proprietorship, many new business expand and grow beyond the capabilities of one individual. Based on our research, the average legal fees you can expect to pay for an Alberta incorporation are between $ to $1, Once you add in registration fees and the costs of any extras, the total incorporation cost in Alberta with a traditional law.
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3 INCORPORATION PROCEDURE FOR AN ONTARIO CORPORATION NOT OFFERING ITS SECURITIES TO THE PUBLIC 22 a. Summary of procedures 22 b. Choosing a name 23 c. Checking your name 25 d.
Business names 26 e. Business licence 26 f. Drafting the articles of incorporation 27 1. Name 27 2. Registered office 27 3. Number of directors 28 4.
First directors 28 5. Alberta corporations. Incorporating a corporation creates a legal ‘person’ that’s separate and distinct from its individual owners. Out-of-province corporations. If your corporation was formed in another province or country, it must be registered to carry on business in Alberta.
Non-profit companies. Organizations can choose to incorporate a non-profit company when they want a legal. This makes the process of provincial incorporation easier for your business. As the scope of verification is limited to the province of your operation, the selection of name is relatively speedier.
Consulting a corporate lawyer can help you review the NUANS report thoroughly and select a unique name for your business. Business and organization forms. Find commonly used forms for incorporation, business names, running a business and cooperatives.
This formation of a business structure (incorporation) is a separa te entity from the individuals who own the business. Essentially, the Articles of Incorporation are the primary rules that govern the management of your Alberta Corporation.
Incorporate today in Alberta, fast, easy online for only $99 plus government fees. Name of Corporation. 4. Set up a Corporate Bank Account. Because a corporation is a separate legal entity, it must have its own bank account. The bank will require copies of certain incorporation documents, such as the articles of incorporation, and may require that particular banking resolutions are passed, to set up a corporate that all the authorized signing officers of your corporation will have.
the document you want (for example, the articles of amendment or incorporation, the annual return for a given year) the type of copy you need (certified or uncertified) a contact name and phone number for payment; The fees for ordering copies by email and mail are: $5 per document (uncertified) $40 per document (certified).
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Follow these steps to incorporate your business: Decide if You Will Incorporate Your Business Federally or Provincially.If you are incorporating a small, private business, consider choosing basic incorporation.
This pre-packaged incorporation option takes the guesswork out of this step, and your corporation will have: pre-determined articles of incorporation (you can amend them later, as needed) one class of common shares; a maximum of 10 directors.