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Certificate of Incorporation Agreement

October 4, 2012 by agribusiness in Business Agreements with 0 Comments
Certificate of incorporate agreement is also referred as the articles of incorporation or the corporate charter certificate. Certificate of incorporation agreement can be considered as a legal documentation that the owner of a business files with a government agency (the office of secretary of the state) with the purpose of providing a legal recognition to his business, as a corporation.

Certain information is mandatory for filing for certificate of incorporation agreement. These specifications may vary accordingly to the areas but the basic information like the liabilities of all the directors and the shareholders and the major purpose of the corporation are some of the provisions necessary almost in all the areas in the agreement.

Corporate existence begins as soon as the agreement of article of incorporation is filed with the state secretary. A formal certificate of incorporation agreement is provided by the government to the business owner before providing the business a legal status of the corporation.

Certificate of Incorporation Agreement

Certificate of Incorporation Agreement

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