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Minutes of the Meeting of Incorporator

By IncNow | Published October 19, 2013

After the Certificate of Incorporation is filed with the Secretary of State, the internal operations of the corporation need to be documented in the Minutes of the Meeting of Incorporator, which is a bridge or hand-off to the Initial Director(s). The Minutes of the Meeting of Incorporator hand-over authority from the Incorporator to the Initial Director, through a meeting held whereby the Incorporator acts as initial Secretary of the corporation to (1) call the meeting to order and waive notice of the meeting, (2) cast a ballot to vote in the Initial Director or Directors, and (3) adopt the Initial Bylaws. Following the Minutes of the Meeting of Incorporator, the initial Director or Directors signs a Unanimous Action and Resolution of Initial Director to appoint officers, authorize the opening of a bank account and issue stock. It is recommended that you order the complete service which includes the Unanimous Action and Resolution of Initial Director to save yourself from having to draft this and complete the stock certificates.

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