From incorporation to dissolution: Every step of every transaction under the Business Corporations Act and Societies Act
This publication is essential for: lawyers who advise on transactions under the BC Business Corporations Act and Societies Act
Current to: August 15, 2021
The lengthy and complicated requirements of the BC Business Corporations Act and Societies Act demand a comprehensive resource. British Columbia Company Law Practice Manual is your guide to navigating and keeping your clients compliant with both statutes. Focused on practice and procedure, this resource follows the structure of the Acts and maps out the steps of every transaction from incorporation and meetings to amalgamations and dissolution. For each transaction, you will find commentary, explanations, and leading case law curated by leading BC corporate law practitioners.
With this resource, you will be able to:
- advise your clients on the propriety of their Business Corporations Act and Societies Act transactions and filings
- save time drafting transaction documents with over 125 forms and precedents
- keep abreast of the latest developments in corporate law and procedures
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Highlights of the 2021 Update include:
- new commentary on procedures at electronic meetings
- updated discussion on capital set by the directors of a company, as compared to paid-up capital
- new case law and discussion on arrangements
- new precedents for benefits companies, including resolutions for transformation into a benefit company and ceasing to be a benefit company
- new transparency registry questionnaire precedent
- revisions to the securities control agreement precedent
- revisions to the model articles to provide for electronic meetings
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