A Shareholders' Resolution is a written document that describes the actions taken by the shareholders (or stockholders) of a corporation.
Shareholders ultimately control the corporation through their ownership of shares with voting rights, and they have the power to vote for the election and dismissal of the board of directors, and the power to review and approve the corporation's financial statements, among other things.
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This Shareholders' Resolution will allow you to chose from the different purposes for the director's 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.
Corporations are incorporated under federal or provincial laws, which dictates the rights and duties of a corporation's shareholders, as well as obligations regarding corporate records.
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