2 edition of Brief relating to the Business corporations act, 1968 (Bill 125, 17 Elizabeth II) and the Business corporations information act, 1968 (Bill 126, 17 Elizabeth II). found in the catalog.
Brief relating to the Business corporations act, 1968 (Bill 125, 17 Elizabeth II) and the Business corporations information act, 1968 (Bill 126, 17 Elizabeth II).
Canadian Bar Association. Ontario Branch. Commercial Law Subsection. Corporation Law Committee.
Bill 125 and 126, 28th Ontario Legislature, 1st session, 1968.
|Contributions||Ontario. Legislative Assembly.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Short title This Act may be cited as the State Corporations Act. dissolution procedure for corporations that give notice to creditors and claimants.
a [repealed, c 49 s 28] a dissolution procedure for corporations that do not give notice. a [repealed, c 49 s 28] a revocation of dissolution proceedings. a [repealed, c 49 s 28] a An Act relating to copyright and the protection of certain performances, and for other purposes Administered by: Communications and the Arts Incorporated Amendments.
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One of the four major classifications of corporations is the nonprofit corporation A corporation in which no part of the income is distributable to its members, directors, or officers.
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