Re: Corporation Sole

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Posted by Daviyd on June 21, 1998 at 03:05:15:

In Reply to: Re: Corporation Sole posted by Two Cities on October 27, 1997 at 19:09:18:

:::: Have recently formed a corporation sole in the United States subsequent to many months of research and the preparation of a corporation sole for religious purposes.
I would be most happy to assist any serious person with the advice and counselling of the preparation, filing, and state of preferance, for the potential formation of a corporation sole. In addition, there are in many cases, the requirement of recording and/or filing your corporation sole in a state other than where it was registered.

: : : : Looking for any and all information Re: Corporation Sole.

: : : : Thanks

: : : RCW (Revised Code of Washington) 33.08.020:
: : : Any individuals desiring to transact a business of an association
: : : may, by complying with this chapter, become a body corporate for that purpose.

: : : I don't understand it, but I think this is the place
: : : where your name gets perverted in transactions with the government.
: : : A body corporate CITIES, TWO is assigned by the issuer of the document.

: : 1:we know as per [self v ray] you know RCW's are not laws.
: : 2:we understand "may" can be used as "shall"
: : 3:we understand the definition of "buisness" as being "in this state" or with it.
: : yes/no?
: : corporation soul is very old, and is in the jurisdiction of eclisiastical I belive.

: 1: Yeah, I figured that one out. The law is that piece of paper signed and sealed
: by either the Governor of Washington, or the Governor of the State of Washington,
: as may be appropriate under whichever constitution.
: 2: I'm still learning
: 3: Perhaps you meant in this State. I only know of one state hereabouts. But I am curious.
: Corporation soul? Tell more.

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