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Business Law > Business Corporations > Government authorities > Update report with the competent authorities for a federal corporation

Update report with the competent authorities for a federal corporation

To update the corporation's most current information with the government authorities...more

Answer the questionnaire

Receive a confirmation for your information update request

Starting from
Starting
from
$40

Available options

Update of registered office address $20
Mailing address update $15
Directors/Officers update
- Expect an additional $10.00 fee for each additional director subject to the update
Starting from
$20
Update of officers non-member of the board of directors
- Expect an additional $5.00 fee for each additional officer non-member of the board of directors subject to the update
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Shareholders update
- Expect an additional $5.00 for each shareholder subject to the update
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Assumed name $5
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  • The Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises requires corporations to update their various information with government authorities.
  • The most frequent updates are undoubtedly related to the mailing address or head office of the coporation, information on its directors, shareholders and officers as well as the use of an assumed name.
  • Report your updates as soon as possible in order to comply with the law.
  • For more information or for less common updates, please contact .
  • The various resolutions passed by a corporation throughout the year which deal with the issue or transfer of shares, appointment, disqualification or dismissal of a director or officer are all reasons for filing an updating report with the competent authorities.
  • Your update request will be sent to the competent authorities within 1 to 3 business days.

* These fees may be changed within a 60-day notice and in accordance with section 71 of the Code of ethics of notaries.

GST and QST not included.

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