Our clients trust us to provide advice that is technically smart, strategic and commercially minded. Whether starting out, seeking initial capital, gathering funding to grow or considering exit strategies, Hansra Law is equipped to provide cost-effective, expert legal advice – allowing our clients to focus on starting and growing their business on the right foot.
With years of experience in corporate law, our lawyers will guide you through the entire process of incorporating in Ontario or incorporating in Canada while providing you with strategic advice to accelerate the growth of your business. Some of the services we regularly provide for all of our newly incorporated companies include:
Every corporation in Canada is required to meet certain legal obligations to be in good standing under the Canada Business Corporations Act or the various provincial Business Corporations Acts that the corporation is created under. One of these requirements is to adequately maintain official records of all activities in the corporation, including records of any annual meetings conducted by the directors and shareholders of the corporation as well as any major changes, such as any changes of address, directors, shareholders or officers.
Corporate record are typically maintained in a book called a Corporate Minute Book. When corporations are seeking to engage in various business transactions, such as selling the company or getting a loan, the Corporate Minute Book is one of the first things that a prospective buyer or bank will review.
At Hansra Law, we always ensure that all our corporate clients receive all of the Corporate Minute Book documents they need to both remain in compliance with the law and keep track of their corporate activities. Some of the Corporate Minute Book documents we provide with each newly incorporated company include:
The right legal advice is fundamental and we understand that costs can sometimes be prohibitive. That’s why Hansra Law offers several alternative billing structures to fit our client’s specific legal, business and financial needs.
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