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creation of corporations for profit in Pennsylvania

John Ford Whitworth

creation of corporations for profit in Pennsylvania

under the Corporation act of April 29, 1874, and its supplements, the merger, consolidation, judicial sale and reorganization of such corporations, the domestication of foreign corporations, the practice in the office of the secretary of the commonwealth relating thereto and a collection of forms

by John Ford Whitworth

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Published by T. & J. W. Johnson company in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporation law -- Pennsylvania

  • Edition Notes

    Kept up to date by supplements.

    Statementby John F. Whitworth.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKFP213.Z9 W5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., v-xvi, 541 p.
    Number of Pages541
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17328089M

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    PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF STATE BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS AND CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS corporation for profit or termination of nonprofit cooperative corporation status), the undersigned business/nonprofit Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations. P.O. Box Harrisburg, PA () Filing Fees for the Articles of Incorporation range for $ to $ depending on the type of entity being formed. If filing by mail (Pennyslvania Department of State, Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations, P.O. Box , Harrisburg, PA ) you will need to pay with a check made payable to Department of State.


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These are Pennsylvania corporations organized for profit. A corporation is a legal entity created under state statutory law that acts as a legal person.

It has all rights, privileges and responsibilities of a natural person; possessing the attributes of limited liability, centralized management, continuity of life and fee transferability of. The creation of corporations for profit in Pennsylvania, under the Corporation act of Apand its supplements, the merger, consolidation, judicial sale and reorganization of such corporations, the domestication of foreign corporations, the practice in the office of the secretary of the commonwealth relating thereto and a collection of forms.

The creation of corporations for profit in Pennsylvania: under the Corporation Act of Ap and its supplements, the merger consolidation, judicial sale and reorganization of such corporations, the domestication of foreign corporations.

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As of July what was formerly the Good Standing Certificate is now referred to as the Subsistence Certificate for Domestic Filing Entities or the Certificate of Registration for registered Foreign Associations. Pennsylvania corporations have the option of establishing a par value for their shares.

If desired, the par value can be listed in the articles, but this is not required. A share of stock in your corporation is classified as a security under state and federal securities laws that regulate the offer and sale of corporate stock. Here is an outline of the steps you need to follow in order to form a corporation (specifically, a "C corporation") in Pennsylvania.

You should also read the general section on forming a corporation for information that is applicable in any state. Additionally, you should familiarize yourself with the Pennsylvania Department of State, Corporations Bureau website, which has useful resources and.

corporations – corporations controlled by government units or other public corporations - are to be classified in the non-financial or financial corporations sector according to their main activity.

Indicators: eight major indicators of control are suggested. In complex cases, a combination of these and. Forming a Nonprofit Corporation in Pennsylvania Here are the steps to form a nonprofit corporation in Pennsylvania. You should read this page in conjunction with the general section on forming a nonprofit corporation, which has additional steps listed that are applicable to all states.

The corporation is just supposed to keep the affidavit of publication in their minute book. What business entities must advertise their formation in Pennsylvania. All corporations, foreign and domestic, for profit and nonprofit, including fictitious name registrations, must.

Most nonprofits are (c)(3) organizations, which means they are formed for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes and are eligible for federal and state tax exemptions. To create a (c)(3) tax-exempt organization, first you need to form a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation.

Then you apply for tax-exempt status from the IRS and the state of Pennsylvania. The Creation of Corporations for Profit in Pennsylvania: Under the Corporation Act of Ap and Its Supplements, the Merger Consolidation, Judicial Sale and Reorganization of Such Corporations, the Domestication of Foreign Corporations.

(Paperback) - Common By (author) John F Whitworth. In the United States, a benefit corporation is a type of for-profit corporate entity, authorized by 35 U.S.

states and the District of Columbia that includes positive impact on society, workers, the community and the environment in addition to profit as its legally defined goals, in that the definition of "best interest of the corporation" is specified to include those impacts. Under Pennsylvania law, the creation of corporations, both for-profit and nonprofit, and almost every related transaction affecting its legal status, is required to be filed with the Pennsylvania Department of State’s Corporation Bureau.5/5.

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Pennsylvania nonprofit board must operate. To obtain additional information regarding your fiduciary duties as a manager or board member or the rules and regulations for the creation, operation and dissolution of nonprofit charitable organizations please consult the NonprofitFile Size: KB.

Forming your business in Pennsylvania. Differences Between Pennsylvania C Corporations and S Corporations. There is widespread confusion as to exactly when a regular Pennsylvania corporation (C Corporation) becomes an S Corporation.

It is commonly thought the S Corporation election must be made at the time the corporation is originally formed.5/5(39). Business listings will include name of business, registered office address, type of entity and filing date.

Officer information is supplied for corporations only, if available. Owner information is supplied for fictitious names, if available. Pennsylvania that complies with 15 Pa. C.S. §§ and set forth the resulting name in Paragraph 2A.

An acceptable association identifier must be part of the association name. For foreign association name requirements, see 15 Pa.C.S. § and § Where the name of the foreign association does not comply with 15 Pa.C.S.

§§ File Size: KB. Not-For-Profit corporations are managed by their Board of Directors. The minimum number of directors required in Pennsylvania is 1 and there is no age requirement. The Board of Directors elects the company officers, President, Vice President (if applicable), Secretary and Treasurer.

The terms of office are stipulated in the company bylaws. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

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This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).To start a nonprofit corporation in Pennsylvania, you must file the nonprofit Articles of Incorporation with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations.

You can submit your articles online, in person, or by mail. The articles of incorporation cost $ to file/5().