C-38 - Companies Act

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123.16. From the date indicated in the certificate of constitution, the company is a legal person.
1979, c. 31, s. 27; 1980, c. 28, s. 14; 1999, c. 40, s. 70.
123.16. From the date indicated in the certificate of incorporation, the company is a corporation within the meaning of the Civil Code of Lower Canada.
1979, c. 31, s. 27; 1980, c. 28, s. 14.
123.160. The Inspector General may refuse to register an article or document and to issue the appropriate certificate, if the article or document
(1)  does not contain the statements lawfully required by this Act;
(2)  is not presented in the form and tenor prescribed by regulation of the Government and on the forms prescribed by the Inspector General;
(3)  is not accompanied with the prescribed fees or documents; or
(4)  provides for a corporate name not in conformity with the law or the applicable regulations made or approved by the Government, or reserved for a third person under this Act.
1980, c. 28, s. 14; 1982, c. 52, s. 139.
123.160. The Director may refuse to register an article or document and to issue the appropriate certificate, if the article or document
(1)  does not contain the statements lawfully required by this act;
(2)  is not presented in the form and tenor prescribed by regulation of the Government and on the forms prescribed by the Director;
(3)  is not accompanied with the prescribed fees or documents; or
(4)  provides for a corporate name not in conformity with the law or the applicable regulations made or approved by the Government, or reserved for a third person under this act.
1980, c. 28, s. 14.
123.16. The Director may, upon request, reserve for the period prescribed by regulation of the Government a corporate name for an intended company or for a company about to change its corporate name.
1979, c. 31, s. 27.