Corporate Records

Corporate recordkeeping just got a lot easier with these downloadable editable templates for corporations, companies and non-profit organizations.

  • Documents for incorporating and organizing stock and non-stock companies.
  • Resolutions and minutes of meetings for directors, shareholders, members and committees.
  • Stock ledgers and share transfer registers.
  • Consents, resignations, and indemnity forms.
  • Notices of meetings and proxy forms.
  • Download the forms immediately after purchase.

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Alberta Consent of Non-Voting Shareholder to Waive Audit Requirement

Prepare a Consent of Non-Voting Shareholder for an Alberta corporation with this free template form.

This form is to be used at the annual shareholder meeting. All of the shareholders, including those without voting privileges, must waive the appointment of an auditor under the provisions of the Alberta Business Corporations Act.

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CONSENT OF NON-VOTING SHAREHOLDER TO WAIVE AUDIT REQUIREMENT

The undersigned hereby consents to the decision of the voting shareholders of the Corporation as taken at the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders entitled to vote the _________ day of __________________, 20____, that the Corporation shall not appoint an auditor, to be effective until the next annual meeting of shareholders.


____________________________
Signature of Shareholder


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Print Name
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Alberta Consent to Act as Director or Officer

Prepare a Consent to Act as Director or Officer with this template form for Alberta corporations.

  • Each person being elected as a director or appointed as an officer must provide the corporation with a signed Consent to Act before taking up their duties.
  • This template can be re-used as often as required.

Download the free Alberta Consent to Act as Director or Officer form by clicking the 'Download' button. Or just copy and paste the form below.



CONSENT TO ACT AS DIRECTOR / OFFICER

To: _________________________________________ (the “Corporation”)
AND TO THE DIRECTORS THEREOF


I, _______________ [insert name of director / officer], the undersigned, do hereby certify that:

(a) I am a resident Canadian; [delete this paragraph if the incumbent director/officer is not a resident Canadian]
(b) I am at least18 years of age;
(c) I am not a dependent adult as defined in the Dependent Adults Act (Alberta) or the subject of a certificate of incapacity under that Act;
(d) I am not a formal patient as defined in the Mental Health Act (Alberta);
(e) I am not the subject of an order under the Mentally Incapacitated Persons Act (Alberta) appointing a committee of my person or estate or both;
(f) I have not been found to be a person of unsound mind by a Court in the Province of Alberta or elsewhere; and
(g) I do not have the status of bankrupt.

I HEREBY CONSENT to act as a director and/or officer of the Corporation, such consent to continue in effect unless revoked by an instrument in writing delivered to the Corporation.

DATED effective the ________ day of ________________, 20____.


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Signature


_________________________________
_________________________________
Address
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Alberta General By-law of Business Corporation

Every new business corporation incorporated in Alberta must adopt this general by-law (By-law No. 1) to set out how the company's affairs will be conducted.

  • The corporate by-laws form part of the company's governing documents, together with the Articles of Incorporation. The provisions of the by-laws comply with the Alberta Business Corporations Act.
  • The bylaws govern such things as the holding and conduct of shareholder and director meetings, the composition of the Board of Directors, and the issuance of shares.
  • The corporation will indemnify each person who acts as a director and/or officer against any costs, charges or expenses he or she may incur by reason of having been a director or officer of the corporation.

The Alberta General By-law No. 1 is required for all business corporations. Download your copy today. Updated August 2013.

$17.99

Alberta Share Classes (A and B Common, C and D Preferred)

Incorporate an Alberta corporation with common and preferred share classes by attaching this Schedule to the Articles of Incorporation. The Schedule provides for:

  1. Class A common voting shares;
  2. Class B common non-voting shares;
  3. dividends on common shares to be declared contemporaneously;
  4. Class C preferred non-voting dividend bearing redeemable shares with rights on dissolution in priority to other classes;
  5. Class D preferred non-voting shares, with rights on dissolution in priority to the common shares.

Alberta Articles of Incorporation Schedule for Share Classes A and B Common, C and D Preferred, available in MS Word format. Download, edit as necessary, print.

$12.49

Alberta Share Classes (A, B and C Common, D and E Preferred)

Establish the rights and privileges for common and preferred share classes of an Alberta corporation with this ready-made Schedule to the Articles of Incorporation.

This Schedule is for the following classes of shares:
  1. Class A and B common voting shares;
  2. Class C non-voting dividend bearing shares;
  3. Preferred D and E non-voting redeemable retractable dividend bearing shares with rights on dissolution in priority to all other share classes.

Alberta Articles of Incorporation Schedule for Share Classes A, B and C Common, D and E Preferred, provided in MS Word format.

$12.49

Australia Constitution for Proprietary Company Limited by Shares

Draw up a set of bylaws to govern how the business of an Australian corporation will be conducted with this easy-to-use template Constitution for a proprietary company limited by shares, which includes:

  • issue and surrender of shares,
  • voting rights, payment of dividends, and meetings of shareholders,
  • the company's power to make a call on shareholders, and the shareholders' responsibility to make payment after the call is made,
  • notices to shareholders,
  • transfer of securities,
  • transmission of shares,
  • procedures for general meetings,
  • powers of the chairman,
  • appointment, termination and obligations of directors,
  • resolutions in writing,
  • winding up the corporation.

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$29.99