Articles of Incorporation

By IncNow | Published October 8, 2013

A corporation’s charter that evidences the corporation’s existence. It is a birth certificate that documents the state of incorporation and the name of the corporation. The Articles of Incorporation must conform to state law minimum requirements, and must be filed with the state where the corporation is formed. Additionally, the Articles of Incorporation often state the purpose of a particular corporation, the name of the corporation, the Registered Agent’s name and address, and details involving stock types and amounts that are to be authorized. (Sometimes referred to as a “Certificate of Incorporation”, depending on the state involved)

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