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A minute book or company book is like the constitution of a business. It includes, among other things: the issue of shares, the appointment of the directors and officers of the company, the charter, bylaws, securities, etc. In short, it is the heart of the business. Thus, the provincial and federal corporate law requires each corporation to have a minute book under penalty of fines of up to $ 5,000.
Apart from the legal obligation to keep a minute book, a business needs to keep an organized and up-to-date corporate book for the following reasons: - Tax audits. - Diligence of a potential buyer during a sale. - Seeking financing from banking institutions or private investors. - Settlement of internal disputes by referring to the resolutions prescribed in the company book.
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