Federal Incorporation and Business Guide: How to Form Your Own Federal Corporation Under the Canada Business Corporations Act

Description

118 pages
Contains Illustrations
$12.95
ISBN 0-88908-590-0

Author

Year

1984

Contributor

Reviewed by Toby Rupert

Toby Rupert was a librarian living in Toronto.

Review

The first edition of this work, by Heather Fayers, appeared in 1978; it was favourably reviewed in CBRA 1978 (entry 1027). Even with a new author the topics remain substantially the same: how to incorporate at the federal level, how to carry on a business, the kinds and classes of shares, taxes, how to choose a name, how to choose officers and a board, and so forth. Twenty-seven sample forms are included in the book, and certain services are available from the publisher: a name search service, a kit of federal forms, corporate seals, and various stamps. A recommended self-help guide in this area of incorporation, and certainly very useful for students and budding journalists who want or need some “inside” information.

Citation

James, J.D., “Federal Incorporation and Business Guide: How to Form Your Own Federal Corporation Under the Canada Business Corporations Act,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed May 26, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/36769.