eLearning: Corporate Records IV- Searching for Useful Information on Corporate Entities

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About Self-Paced eLearning
Easily accessible in a one to two-hour program, self-paced elearning provides video, quiz questions, and reference materials. The programs are available on demand for two weeks from your date of purchase. You work at your own pace, you control the video and question playback, and you can stop part way through and your answers are saved.

This Self-Paced eLearning course is beneficial for: Paralegals and Legal Support Staff, articling students, and lawyers with 1-2 years experience looking for a refresher on Corporate Records.

Learning level: Fundamental

What kind of information should you know about a corporate entity when performing due diligence? What free and paid sources are available to find that information?  Learn different ways to search for pertinent information and how to read search reports to get the information you need.

This is the final in a 4-part series on Corporate Records.  Other sessions in the Corporate Records series are:

I. Resolutions & Minutes: What are They and How To Draft Them 
II. Minute Book Due Diligence
III. Correcting and Rectifying Minute Book Errors 

Law Society of BC CPD Hours:
1.5 hours. This course will NOT involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management.

Anna JuchParalegal, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Vancouver


2-week Subscription: $150 (
includes reference materials)

CLEBC Program Lawyer
Meredith Woods

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