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Articles of Incorporation
Buy and Sell Agreement
Organizational Meeting of the Directors
General Non-Disclosure Agreement
Special Meetings of the Board of Directors
Waiver of Notice of a Meeting
Amendment to the Bylaws
Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation
These forms are for use by a person or persons who wish to file for incorporation of a "Stock Corporation" . After preparation, the forms must be filed with your State Department of of Incorporation.
If you are a resident of the state where you are incorporated you can act as the resident agent of your corporation. This will save you the money that you would be a company to act as the resident agent for your corporation.
Form set includes detailed filing instructions and the fee you must pay your state to become incorporated.
Almost every business with more than one owner should have a buy-sell agreement. A buy-sell agreement is a binding contract ? between you and your co-owners ? that controls when an owner can sell his interest, who can buy an owner's interest and what price will be paid for that interest. Usually a buy-sell agreement also gives the company and its owners an opportunity to buy out an owner who has stopped working for the company or has died. By so doing it eliminates the possibility that active owners will be forced to share profits with an inactive owner or an unsuitable new owner.
This form is to create Bylaws, which are rules and procedures for the operation of meetings of shareholders and directors. All corporations should have Bylaws. Be sure the procedures spelled in the Bylaws do not conflict with the corporation's articles of incorporation and state laws.
This template generates all of the organizational documents and corporate resolutions that are required at the organizational meeting of the Board of Directors for a corporation. The various resolutions and forms that are generated by this template are indispensable to the appropriate and correct organization of a corporation, whether it is a "C" corporation or an "S" corporation. When used in conjunction with an Articles of Incorporation, this template produces a complete system for establishing and organizing your corporation entity correctly and legally.
Where two or more people wish to carry on a business with as a corporation, a shareholders agreement should be used. The agreement sets out the duties and responsibilities of the shareholders. The shareholders may be either all individuals or all companies or a combination of both individuals and companies.
This is an General Nondisclosure Agreement. The form contains questions concerning details of the company and client who are entering into this agreement.
This form is intended to assign all rights to, benefits of, and title of personal property from one party (the Assignor) to another (the Assignee).
This document is used the provide notice for a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of a corporation.
Use this form if you are preparing minutes of a meeting that has not occurred
or will not occur, because you'll want to sidestep any formal call and notice
requirements. The best way to do this from a legal perspective is to have each
director or shareholder sign a written Waiver of Notice of Meeting form, dated
before or on the same date as the meeting.
You may also use a Waiver of Notice of Meeting form if you're planning to hold a real meeting. You should use a Waiver of Notice of Meeting form whenever you wish to hold a meeting of your board or shareholders and do not have or do not choose to take time to provide everyone with advance verbal or written notice.
By signing this form, the director or shareholder waives any notice requirements for the meeting otherwise required under state law and any additional or alternative notice rules set in your bylaws.
The form is used to advise the shareholders of a proposed amendment to the bylaws. Final approval is given when the shareholders approve the amendment.
This document is used to amend an Articles of Incorporation. It is filed with the state of incorporation and approved by the shareholders of the corporation and its Board of Directors.