Contemporary Corporation Forms, Volume 1

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Wolters Kluwer, Dec 1, 1997 - Law - 8276 pages
Providing actual documents created by the nation's leading law firms, this comprehensive, Second Edition, five-volume library gives you virtually every form you need to meet today's corporate legal and procedural requirements -- from the simplest, to the most sophisticated corporate action -- for all types of corporate entities. From closely-held companies to public corporations, its approximately 500 forms provide practical, easy-to-use tools that have been proven in the field.In addition, in recognition of the increased use of noncorporate business entities, coverage has been expanded and the set now includes information on forming limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships. All of the forms are complete and unabridged, so you have a full template for the finished product. Contemporary Corporation Forms covers practically every corporate function and situation under such topics as: Shareholder agreementsRegistered agent filingsForeign qualificationsBoard meetings: directors, officers, and managersPrivate placementShareholders' meetings, elections, voting, and noticeCompensation of directors, officers, and managersWarrants, options, dividends, and spinoffsEquity transfersAmendments and changes in capitalInitial public offeringsMerger, consolidation, and sale of assetsDissenters' rights, environmental concernsProfessional corporations, nonprofit corporationsInspection of recordsDissolution

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Contents

Designation of Registered Agent and Registered
4-27
Registered Agent New Mexico 447
4-47
Application for Certificate of Authority
4-67
Transact Business Virginia 487
4-87
MASTER CLAUSE LOCATER
4-95
FOREIGN QUALIFICATION
4-97
BOARD MEETINGS DIRECTORS OFFICERS AND MANAGERS
5-1
Resolution for Filling Vacancy on the Board
5-75
Agreement 6317
6-317
Confidential Offering Memorandum Limited
6-325
CLAUSE LOCATER CL61
6-364
PART 7
6-364
SHAREHOLDERS MEETINGS ELECTIONS VOTING AND NOTICE
7-1
FORMS
7-14
Alternative Form 729
7-29
Officers Directors and Director Nominees 757
7-57

Resolution for Amending the Articles
5-87
Directors Resolution Authorizing the Issuance
5-99
Resolution for Public Offering of Shares 5115
5-115
Formation of a Committee Resolution
5-129
Form 5
5-130
Expenses 5139
5-139
Questionnaire for Directors and Officers
5-155
Schedule 13D Questionnaire for Directors
5-199
Resolution Approving Filing of a Chapter 11
5-227
Notice That DirectorOfficer Has Ceased
5-237
CLAUSE LOCATER CL41
1
PRIVATE PLACEMENTS
10
Unanimous Consent of Directors in Lieu
6-15
Investor Suitability Questionnaire 625
6-41
Form 5
6-105
Subscription and Pledge Agreement with Stock
6-165
Stock 6261
6-261
of Stock 799
7-99
Minutes of Shareholders Meeting Alternative
7-129
Conduct 7167
7-167
of Directors 7183
7-183
or Special Meeting 7195
7-195
Notification of Action Taken by Shareholder
7-203
Suggested Procedure for Adjournment
7-215
Proxy 7245
7-245
March 10 2003 7259
7-259
Walt Mart Stores Inc Proxy Statement
7-315
CocaCola Company Proxy Statement
7-405
VOLUME
7-553
PARTNERSHIPS
7-575
CLAUSE LOCATER CL71
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES PART 20 INSPECTION OF RECORDS PART 21 DISSOLUTION
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Andrew Johnston was born in 1963 in New Zealand. He is a poet and journalist who is associated with the "Wellington school" of poets. He earned a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of Otago and a master's degree in English Literature from the University of Auckland. In 1995 he represented New Zealand at the University of Iowa's International Writing Program. Johnston started working as an editor in 1998 at the international Herald Tribune in Paris. In 2004 Johnston founded "The Page", a Web site that features poems and essays from elsewhere on the Internet. In 2007 he was the J.D. Stout Fellow at Victoria University. In 2010 he left the International Herald Tribune to edit the annual Education for All Global Monitoring Report, the United Nations' major global survey of education, published by UNESCO. He also edits the annual Africa Progress Report for the Africa Progress Panel.

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