Definition of Articles of incorporation
1. Noun. A legal document that creates a corporation; it is filed with a state by the founders of a corporation and is governed by the laws of the state.
Generic synonyms: Instrument, Legal Document, Legal Instrument, Official Document
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Literary usage of Articles of incorporation
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1. A Treatise on the Incorporation and Organization of Corporations Created by Thomas Gold Frost (1908)
"For copy of articles of incorporation on file in his office, ... The county clerk is entitled to a fee of $1 for filing articles of incorporation, ..."
2. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1908)
"articles of incorporation. The Carnegie Institution was originally organized under the law governing the organization of corporations in the District of ..."
3. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1920)
"The Institution was originally organized under the laws of the District of Columbia and incorporated as the Carnegie Institution, articles of incorporation ..."
4. Commentaries on the Law of Private Corporations by Seymour Dwight Thompson (1910)
"Articles of Incorporation—New Mexico. 74. articles of incorporation—New ... articles of incorporation—Oregon. 82. Notice of application for charter FORM No. ..."
5. The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America: (The United States by United States Pharmacopoeial Convention (1820)
"... of Washington, DC, to employ an attorney who should take out articles of incorporation for the Convention under the laws of the District of Columbia. ..."
6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1903)
"... the secretary of state of this state a certified copy of its articles of incorporation, if incorporated under a general law of such state or territory, ..."
7. The Civil Code of the State of California: Adopted March 21, 1872. With by California, Charles Howard Fairall (1909)
"411. to read: "Any corporation may amend its articles of incorporation by a majority vote of its board of directors or trustees, and by a vote or written ..."