08
MAY
2013

Gary Gillman of Gillman Professional Corporation Shares Offices with Friedman & Associates

Gary is pleased to announce that he has moved his office to share space with Friedman & Associates at 150 Ferrand Drive, Suite 802, Toronto ON M3C 3E5. His direct Line  is 416-496-3340, Ext. 133. His cell number continues to be 647-273-9943. Friedman & Associates i...
12
MAR
2013

Some Rules to Watch Out For Regarding Services Agreements in Quebec, March, 2013

Today we attach in the Publications section on this site a short article explaining some particular contract rules in the Quebec Civil Code.  These rules permit parties receiving physical or intellectual work, or services under independent contracts, to terminate the contract...
07
MAR
2013

Choosing a Corporate Name – Some Practical Considerations – Part 4

The Need Carefully to Review NUANS However, whether proceeding under the Canada Business Corporations Act or the Ontario Business Corporations Act, the applicant for a corporate name is always strongly advised to check the NUANS carefully with his lawyer to consider whether the...
06
MAR
2013

Choosing a Corporate Name – Some Practical Considerations – Part 3

Use By Incorporating Jurisdiction of NUANS An important point in Ontario is that once the NUANS report is obtained and assuming that its period of validity (90 days) has not expired, it can be submitted to the Director of Corporations at Queen’s Park in Toronto together with...
05
MAR
2013

Choosing a Corporate Name – Some Practical Considerations – Part 2

The NUANS Report Under the Ontario Business Corporations Act and regulations, a NUANS report must be submitted with the Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Amendment to ensure that the Articles will be issued.  A NUANS report is a report prepared by an authorized issuer from...
04
MAR
2013

Choosing a Corporate Name in Ontario – Some Practical Considerations – Part 1

The Importance of an Effective Name A corporation’s name is one of the most important assets it owns, excepting perhaps for private investment or holding companies where a numbered name (e.g. 1234567 Ontario Inc.) or an indistinct name will suffice.  But generally a company...
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