I need an example of a "Certificate of Incorporation" in english.
Thread poster: epizumia

epizumia
Local time: 07:50
English to Spanish
Feb 5, 2008

An example of "Certificate of Incorporation" in english.
Hi everyone!

I need a piece of advice.
I started to work for a company, and it is involved in patents, trademarks.
I need to have a look at a Certificate of Incorporation in English, in order to learn this specific terminology and to be more self-confident in what I am going to work on.
Do you know a site, or whatsoever, where I can find something like that?

Thank you in advance!


Laura


 

Suzette Martin-Johnson
Canada
French to English
+ ...
Google Feb 6, 2008

I'm no expert, but googling it seems to be the answer. Also check out the WIPO website etc.

[Edited at 2008-02-06 00:39]


 

Ivana UK  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:50
Member (2005)
Italian to English
Hi Epizumia Feb 6, 2008

There are countless certificates available online.

If you run a search for "Certificate of Incorporation" (retaining the inverted commas) on google, yahoo or any other search engine you'll find lots to choose from.

I ran a quick search and found IBM's certificate of Incorporation on the first page.
You can access it via the following link:

http://www.ibm.com/investor/corpgovernance/cgcoi.phtml

I recommend that you run a search and look at several as different companies have different styles.

Hope this helps!


 


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