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EXTRA-PROVINCIAL REGISTRATION

When your business seeks to engage in business in a province other than the province or state in which it is incorporated, it may be necessary for your company to be extra-provincially registered in that particular province if it wishes to legally conduct business in that province, together with undertaking other appropriate licensing and registrations. This will be dependent upon the specifics of your business' operations and engagement in the local province, such that you should be consulting knowledgeable legal counsel to ascertain your legal responsibilities when you are looking to expand your business into another Canadian province.

Registering your company can be particularly important in various industries, where bidding and attaining contracts makes extra-provincial registration a pre-requisite. Nevertheless, even where there isn't an overt demand that your company be registered, this doesn't necessarily preclude your company from being registered, as your failure to register could well place your business in violation of provincial laws and subject to fines and other punishment. As such, extra-provincial registration must be properly pursued when looking to move into another province.

So if you are looking to expand your business into another province, contact lawyer Christopher Neufeld with respect to extra-provincial registration at  Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or 416-887-9702 (Toronto, Ontario) / 403-400-4092 (Calgary, Alberta).

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