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BUSINESS CORPORATION STATUTES: FEDERAL, ONTARIO, ALBERTA

Canadian business corporations are the product of statutes, whether those statutes are enacted at the federal or provincial level. A primary business corporations act sets forth the fundamental laws for corporations incorporated in a particular jurisdiction (or registered to engaged in business extra-provincially in a jurisdiction other than its home jurisdiction), with regulations and other statutes providing additional direction, rules and restrictions as to the operations of the corporation, with the initial starting point being:

Federal - Canada Business Corporations Act

Ontario - Ontario Business Corporations Act

Alberta - Alberta Business Corporations Act

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