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There may come a time in your company's existence that it is determined that would be preferable to continue your existing company in another jurisdiction (province or country), whether this is for operational, legal and/or tax reasons. When such as decision is being contemplated or desired to be acted upon, there are a varying series of legal and procedural steps that need to be undertaken to appropriately facilitate such a shift of the corporate entity between jurisdictions.

Given the intrinsic benefits that are generally associated when a company is being continued into another jurisdiction, it makes sense to have knowledgeable legal advice with respect to both the procedures and the advantages / disadvantages associated with such a move. Understanding such benefits and risks is best done in consultation with professionals knowledgeable in this area of practice (including both accountants and lawyers), such that the appropriate choices are made and the procedural steps are correctly enacted.

At Neufeld Legal P.C., we work with corporations looking to continue into alternate jurisdictions for a variety of business reason (whether it is to or from a federal incorporation or to or from a provincial incorporation). So if you are looking to continue your company into an alternate jurisdiction, contact lawyer Christopher Neufeld with respect to corproate continuances at or 416-887-9702 (Toronto, Ontario) / 403-400-4092 (Calgary, Alberta).

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