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UNILATERAL NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

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SHAREHOLDERS’ AGREEMENT

$500.00

CHANGE(S) IN SHARE OWNERSHIP

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BILATERAL NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

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ASSIGNMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

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Why should you have a shareholders’ agreement in Canada ?

Why should you have a shareholders’ agreement in Canada ?

A shareholders’ agreement is a contract between two or more shareholders of the corporation OR between one or more shareholders and the corporation in Canada. Come and discover the two types of shareholders’ agreements, and why these agreements are important. In this...

All you need to know about shareholders in Quebec corporation

All you need to know about shareholders in Quebec corporation

Shareholders are natural or legal persons who own shares issued by a Quebec company. The purpose of a shareholder is therefore to invest in a company in exchange for shares. Learn more about the rights, duties and relationship between shareholders of a Québec...

Everything you need to know about shareholders in Ontario

Everything you need to know about shareholders in Ontario

Shareholders are persons (individuals or legal entities) who own shares issued by a company: they invest in a company in exchange for shares. Come and discover the rights that shareholders get in exchange for shares and the relationship between them. Although we have...

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SHAREHOLDERS, DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS
It is necessary to identify these positions when you incorporate.

Shareholders are « owners » of the corporation. They are liable to the corporation only to the extent of their investment. Their contribution can be monetary, in assets, in knowledge or in activities. Shareholders elect the directors.

Directors oversee the overall functioning and management of the corporation. They define the strategic orientations of the corporation. They can be liable for what the corporation does if it stems from a wrongful decision they took. They nominate the officers.

Officers are in charge of the corporation. They are the ones responsible for its day-to-day operations.