This checklist is offered to assist you in correctly completing the processes associated with corporation formation. This document is meant to commemorate this transaction through the Board of Directors’ unanimous approval.
- Ensure that the paper is signed by all of the corporation’s directors.
- File the signed document alongside your corporation’s other vital corporate documents, such as your corporate minute book. Additionally, maintain a duplicate of this document with your backup copies of company papers in your office or home file.
- Keep in mind that maintaining accurate corporate records, or formalities, in a timely basis will benefit you in the majority of corporate disputes, particularly those involving governance and the personal liability of any Directors or Officers. This is a significant concern in today’s litigious society.
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By Laws, Approval by Board
This is the approval of the Certificate of Incorporation.
Resolved that the By Laws of the Corporation, which have been presented and reviewed by each director of the Corporation, and which were received and filed in the office of the Secretary of the State in the state of incorporation, shall be, and are hereby approved, a copy of them shall be inserted in the minute book of the corporation.
The Directors hereby sign and approve this resolution,
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Each Director Signs
Certificate of Incorporation, Approval by Board
This review list is provided to help you complete the formalities required to set up your corporation properly. This document is intended to memorialize this transaction through the unanimous approval by the Board of Directors.
1. Make sure that the document is signed by all the directors of the corporation.
2. Keep the signed document with all the important corporate papers for your corporation such as in your corporate minute book. Also, keep a copy of this document with the backup copies of your corporate documents in your file kept at your office or home.
3. Remember that keeping good corporate records, or formalities, in a timely manner will server you well in most corporate disputes, especially any regarding governance and the personal liabilities of any Directors or Officers. In this litigious world, this is no small matter.