A Certificate of Amendment is a legally binding document that must be completed by a corporation to indicate any adjustments done to the organization. The state requires a Certificate of Amendment when a company requires to edit, add to, or remove data on its original formation documents.
A change in the registered company name, change in the sort of business, change in the company’s stock, and change in the company’s Articles of Incorporation or Certificate of Incorporation are all examples of changes that will necessitate the completion of a Certificate of Amendment.
The information included in the certificate varies by state but must typically include the corporate identity as originally filed with the state, the provision number that is amended as well as the new phrasing of the amended provision, a comment noting approval by the corporation’s board of directors, and a statement noting approval by the corporation’s additional shareholders if any. The certificate should be signed, typically by the corporation’s president and secretary.
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