As business owners ourselves, we recognize that you are preoccupied with conducting your company’s daily operations. We are now able to help you in completing one of your errands, so please do not hesitate to contact. Our corporate lawyers help maintain your company’s corporate minute book and corporation registration so you may focus on business success.
According to the Business Corporations Act in the province of British Columbia, a business must always maintain a records office in order to comply with the law. This consists of the company’s certificate of registration, articles of incorporation, a central securities registry (a listing of all shareholders), a register of directors, and meeting minutes. If you own a business, you have a legal obligation to ensure that its records are properly produced and preserved. You may rely on the company law specialists at Sodagar & Company Law Corporation to provide assistance in this regard.
The Act stipulates a variety of additional criteria, which may be found in the following categories. An annual report must be submitted within two months following a company’s establishment, merger, extra-provincial registration, or continuation into British Columbia.Additionally, a business is required to convene an annual general meeting or approve resolutions in lieu of the meeting within 18 months after its anniversary date. Once again, the attorneys who work for our organization may collaborate with you to avoid missing any of those deadlines.
In the event that you do not fulfill the requirements above, there is no need for concern on your part. Our skilled corporate lawyers can write or update your company’s minute book to guarantee its good standing.
Get in touch with us here if you operate a company and are looking for legal guidance about company law. In addition, make arrangements for a meeting with one of our lawyers.