Shareholders Resolution (Authorizing the Sale of the Corporation)

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This Shareholders Resolution Authorizing Sale of Corporation is used when the shareholders authorize the sale during a formal meeting. A Unanimous Written Consent is also included and authorizes the sale without having a formal meeting of shareholders. These documents become a part of the official corporate record.

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This Shareholders Resolution (Authorizing Sale of Corporation) is used when a sale of the corporation is authorized during a formal meeting of shareholders. This resolution sets forth the date of the meeting, that a quorum was present and the entity or individual to whom the corporation will be sold. This resolution is signed by the secretary of the corporation. A Unanimous Written Consent to Authorize Sale of Corporation is also included. This document differs in that the sale of the corporation is authorized by the shareholders without having a formal meeting. The written consent must be signed by all shareholders of the corporation. Both documents become an official part of the corporate record and it is imperative that they set forth exactly what transpired during the proceedings.

This Shareholders Resolution (Authorizing Sale of Corporation) includes:
  • Resolution Authorizing Sale: Resolution which sets forth the number of corporate shares to be sold and the name of the purchaser;
  • Unanimous Written Consent: Consent setting forth that certain shares be sold which was agreed to by the shareholders without the having a formal meeting of shareholders.

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