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nads022  Identity Verified
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Mar 5, 2009

Hi everybody,

Where online can i find a sample of a Canadian (Quebec) form for the constitution of a company, in English?

Thanks for your help.


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xxxPRen
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I think you mean articles of incorporation (not constitution). Mar 5, 2009

You could start here:

http://www.canlii.org/en/qc/laws/stat/rsq-c-c-38/latest/rsq-c-c-38.html
starting with section 123.11

There may be more in the relevant regulations (see Regulations tab at top of page).

You should also consul Termium - it will probably have a lot of terms.

[Edited at 2009-03-05 13:28 GMT]

[Edited at 2009-03-05 13:30 GMT]


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Suzanne Deliscar  Identity Verified
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Link to Quebec Articles of Constitution Form - English Mar 5, 2009

Here is a link to the English version of the Quebec "Statuts de constitution" form.

http://www.registreentreprises.gouv.qc.ca/documents/formulaires/loi_compagnies/le
-50.0.11.02-t(2008-10).pdf

Hope this helps,

Suzanne


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nads022  Identity Verified
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Thank you Suzanne. Mar 5, 2009

The third page of the pdf was exactly what I was looking for and previously I spent one hour searching for it on the web.

Thanks PRen too, in fact, I usually translate Statuts by By-Laws or Articles of Association, but here I have a file translated by another translator with the word "Constitution".

And now I see that on Suzanne's link stands "Articles of Constitution /Articles of Continuance" so maybe this is a Canadian term?


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Suzanne Deliscar  Identity Verified
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Use of Constitution in Canada Mar 16, 2009

Sorry for the late reply, I just realized that I did not get a notification for any responses for this topic, so I thought I would check. I will activate the notification now. Yes, the term "constitution" is used in Canada.

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