Calgary Corporate Start-Up
Neufeld Legal P.C. 403-400-4092 Chris@NeufeldLegal.com
INCORPORATION START-UP PACKAGES
Neufeld Legal Professional Corporation offers special legal packages to start-up businesses, which seek to provide those entrepreneurs with core legal documentation for purposes of launching their initial business. These packages are tailored to the specific needs of the particular business and provides discounts by packaging a number of core legal documents at a reduced price through their combined purchase, together with a set amount of legal consultation time.*
Legal documentation that may constitute a part of a corporate start-up package might include:
. company incorporation
. unanimous shareholders' agreement
. independent contractor agreement; employment agreement
. consulting agreement
. sales contract
. leasing agreement
. non-disclosure / confidentiality agreement
. also available - lease review, franchise review
Given that each start-up business has its own specific needs and requirements, we look to shape the start-up packages to meet your business venture's particular demands. As such, contact Neufeld Legal Professional Corporation via email at Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or telephone at 403-400-4092 to find out more about the start-up packages that we offer (including particulars and pricing).
* Legal consulatation and work undertaken beyond the time provided for in the start-up packages will be charged at the legal rates and prices as set forth in our retainer agreement, which is a pre-requisite to our commencing legal work.
Alberta Business Corporations Act
- important elements
Capacity of a corporation
16(1) A corporation has the capacity and, subject to this Act, the rights, powers and privileges of a natural person.
(2) A corporation has the capacity to carry on its business, conduct its affairs and exercise its powers in any jurisdiction outside Alberta to the extent that the laws of that jurisdiction permit.
Restriction on powers
17(1) It is not necessary for a bylaw to be passed in order to confer any particular power on the corporation or its directors.
(2) A corporation shall not carry on any business or exercise any power that it is restricted by its articles from carrying on or exercising, nor shall the corporation exercise any of its powers in a manner contrary to its articles.
(3) No act of a corporation, including any transfer of property to or by a corporation, is invalid by reason only that the act or transfer is contrary to its articles or this Act.
* For the full statute, please click on this link. Nothing should be read in the abstract and specific legal advice is always recommended.