Articles of Incorporation

Definition of "Articles of Incorporation"
  1. The legal document filed with state authorities, typically to establish a corporation, that includes the corporation's purpose, principal location, names of its initial controlling directors, and details about the capital stock it can issue
How to use "Articles of Incorporation" in a sentence
  1. When setting up their new tech firm, the founders drafted the Articles of Incorporation carefully.
  2. The Articles of Incorporation for the business were filed with the Secretary of State.
  3. Upon reviewing the Articles of Incorporation, it was clear that the corporation had the right to issue both common and preferred stock.

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