C-38 - Companies Act

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123.8. The person who performs a deed in the interest of a company before its constitution is bound by that deed unless the contract entered into for the company includes a clause excluding or limiting his liability and a statement to the effect that the company might not be constituted or might not assume its obligations.
1979, c. 31, s. 27; 1980, c. 28, s. 14; 1999, c. 40, s. 70.
123.8. The person who performs a deed in the interest of a company before its incorporation is bound by that deed unless the contract entered into for the company includes a clause excluding or limiting his liability and a statement to the effect that the company might not be incorporated or might not assume its obligations.
1979, c. 31, s. 27; 1980, c. 28, s. 14.
123.80. At the proof and hearing, each party may examine the witnesses and present his arguments.
1979, c. 31, s. 27.
123.8. The articles may set out any other provision permitted by law to be set out in the by-laws, in addition to the provisions permitted by this act to be set out.
1979, c. 31, s. 27.