There are recurrent business activities or changes that can happen within a company that require the filing of an amendment to the original Incorporation or Formation. An amendment filing is often the first step in making certain company changes official, and are most commonly known as "Business Amendment" or an "Amendment of Organization".
Hold a Vote
Obtain articles of amendment of the Articles of Incorporation. Obtain a copy of the original articles of incorporation. Draft any changes you want to make.
Propose the change in the articles of incorporation to the Board of Directors. Call a special meeting of the Board of Directors, or hold the vote at a regular directors’ meeting. If you have called a special meeting, give each director notice of the time, date and place of the meeting. If the board holds the vote at a regular board meeting, the directors do not need notice. In any case, the board must vote on the change in the articles of incorporation at a board meeting.
Fill out the articles of amendment of articles of incorporation form with the final changes. The form requires that you give the name of your corporation and the number of the article you want to change. State the change that the board of directors and/or the shareholders approved. Sign and date the articles of amendment.
What best can be done
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