articles of incorporation

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Noun1.articles of incorporation - a legal document that creates a corporation; it is filed with a state by the founders of a corporation and is governed by the laws of the state
charter - a document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights; includes the articles of incorporation and the certificate of incorporation
legal document, legal instrument, official document, instrument - (law) a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right
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Chief among them were abridgements of corporate charters on "police power" grounds.
More assurance for corporate charters across state borders was desired when it came time to create a new constitution in 1787.
The current traffic is recreational aircraft, corporate charters and air ambulance service.
They address the economics of the firm, the role of the board of directors, state competition for corporate charters, the role of hostile takeovers and board defenses against them, the effectiveness of shareholder suits and other agency mechanisms, and other perspectives like political theory and organizational law.
47) Over time, this line of cases engendered more controversy as jurists disagreed about whether and how to give corporate charters strict construction and whether states were allowed to modify or revoke special privileges with regard to eminent domain, tax, or police regulations.
Afterwards, she will sail to the Isle of Man for corporate charters and return to Liverpool via Dublin in mid-September.
The Bell 407GX will be used for VIP and corporate charters across the region.
Prior to 1860, most corporate charters were granted by special
States wrote numerous restrictions into corporate charters such as forbidding companies to own each other's stock and requiring companies to guarantee that their actions would benefit society.
We grant them corporate charters that confer certain legal rights and privileges, like the ability to enter into contracts, limited liability and perpetual life.

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