Corporate Annual Maintenance
Maintaining a Company in Canada, Alberta, Ontario

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Keeping your company well maintained is an important business function. From a legal perspective, this means complying with the corporation's by-laws and related organizational documents, such that you undertake the requisite directors' meeting and shareholders' meetings, notice requirements are adhered to, voting systems are followed to, corporate by-laws are observed, annual minutes are properly recorded, pertinent documentation is filed and maintained, appropriate resolutions are voted upon, and such other legal obligations are undertaken. At times it can seem like a labor-intensive task and/or somewhat inconsequential, nevertheless it is an important facet of the business' operation. It may not be fun, though it really needs to be undertaken, such that it is often well worth your while to retain the services of an experienced corporate lawyer to facilitate this legal process and make it as painless a process as it can be.

So when you are striving to implement the requisite legal maintenance of your business corporation on a regular basis, contact us at or 416-887-9702 (Toronto, Ontario) / 403-400-4092 (Calgary, Alberta).

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