Michigan Corporate Kit and Bylaws

Michigan Corporate Bylaws and Corporate Kit Legal Form Package

Corporate Bylaws Michigan

In order to maintain corporate formalities, each Michigan corporation must adopt Bylaws. Bylaws govern the general governance and operation of the Michigan corporation. Bylaws include items such as the number, qualification, duties, election and terms of directors and officers. Corporate Bylaws generally include other items such as election procedures, matters relating to corporate stock, and a host of other provisions.  Corporations are also required to maintain certain records such as organizational documents, share transfer records, meeting minutes and documentation of major corporate resolutions.  Corporations should maintain these items in a central location. Most corporations maintain these items in an organized corporate record book, also known as a corporate kit.

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Michigan Bylaws and Corporate Kit Form Package Contents

Our Michigan Bylaws and Corporate Kit Package includes full length form Bylaws, along with other necessary corporate organizational documents. Everything you need to complete your corporation is included. Our Corporate Kit Package includes an 80 plus document Small Business Form Package and variety of other legal forms that will help your business stay in compliance without spending hundreds of dollars on compliance professionals. The Small Business Package includes yearly and other board meeting minutes, employment agreements, and a host of other useful legal documents.

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  • Complete Content Listing
    • Corporate Bylaws Form w/ Automatic Merge Template
    • Printable Share Certificate Template w/ Share Register
    • Initial Corporate Resolutions
    • Access To Tax Election Forms and EIN Number Forms
    • All Other Organizational Documents
    • Election of Officers
    • Election of Directors
    • Acceptance of Corporate Offices
    • Stock Subscription Agreements
    • Pre-Incorporation Agreement
    • Our 80 Plus Document Small Business Forms Package

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Value of Our Corporate Kit Document Packages

It is not important that the Corporate Record Book be a fancy embossed book that costs you $100 or more. You can find plenty of those books for sale online. The important thing is that you maintain a central notebook where you place the important papers pertaining to your corporation. When putting together your official corporate record book, it is important to focus on substance over form. What you need are a good and comprehensive set of documents that are required to complete the legal organization of your company after your Articles of Incorporation are filed in Michigan.  If you have that, a simple 3-ring binder will suffice for your official corporate record book.

Our document packages are the perfect solution for a business that wants to avoid expensive incorporation service fees.  Our products are similar to the Corporate Kit that you might purchase through an incorporation service.  However, we focus more on the content of the documents and less on the external appearance of the corporate minute book.  Corporate Kits that are sold by incorporation services generally leave you without Bylaws and other documents that you actually need to complete the organization of your company and provide you only with a slick looking notebook where you can place the actual Bylaws and other documents that you need to maintain the legal status of your company.

We strongly recommend that you have the documents that you create using our products reviewed by an attorney that is license to practice law in your state. Our forms cannot replace the services of an attorney and we are not authorized to provide legal advice regarding your specific situation or needs.

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Michigan corporate kit and bylaws legal forms document package for corporations forming bylaws and resolutions to complete corporate organization Michigan