A Directors' Resolution is written documentation describing an action authorized by the board of directors of a corporation. Where a Directors' meeting can not be held the same matters can be authorized by a Directors' resolution that is signed by all the Directors.
Directors supervise the management of the corporation and make all major decisions for the corporation.
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This Director's Resolution will allow you to chose from the different purposes for the directors' resolution, but you may also chose to create your own resolution. The resolution will provide you with wording for the following purposes:
You will then have to provide information accordingly.
Once the resolution is completed, it must be signed by a quorum of the directors; the quorum is usually specified in the articles of the corporation. Once signed, under certain circumstances, the resolution may need to be approved by the shareholders of the corporation. The resolution is then added to the corporate minute books of the corporation.
Corporations are incorporated under federal or provincial laws, which dictates the duties of a corporation's director, as well as obligations regarding corporate records.
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