S-31.1 - Business Corporations Act

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5. The articles of constitution must set out
(1)  the name of the corporation, unless a designating number in lieu of a name has been requested from the enterprise registrar;
(2)  the name and address of each founder, or the name of the founding legal person, the address of its head office and an exact reference to the Act under which it is constituted;
(3)  the amount to which its share capital is limited, if applicable;
(4)  the par value of its shares, if any;
(5)  if there will be two or more classes of shares, the rights and restrictions attaching to the shares of each class;
(6)  if a class of shares may be issued in series, the authority given to the board of directors to determine, before issue, the number of shares in, the designation of the shares of, and the rights and restrictions attaching to the shares of, each series;
(7)  any restrictions on the transfer of its instruments or shares;
(8)  the fixed number or the minimum and maximum number of directors; and
(9)  any restrictions on its business activity.
2009, c. 52, s. 5.