One of a number of persons who gets a company incorporated; one of the original members of a corporation.
An incorporator is the person who signs the articles of incorporation. Incorporators may have personal liability for false statements contained in the articles of incorporation.
The person who signs and files the Articles of Incorporation with the state's incorporating agency and completes the initial steps required to form the corporation.
the individual or individuals that sign the articles prior to submitting the documents to the appropriate office of the state.
The person or entity that prepares, files and signs the articles of incorporation; everything necessary for incorporation. This could entail raising funds and bringing in the people who will be investing. This preparatory work also includes preparing and filing the required documents.
The person(s) who prepares the certificate of incorporation for filing with the State office. The duties of the incorporator are normally limited to the filing of the document, and end, as soon as the filing is made.
The person or entity that prepares and files the articles of incorporation. Total Tax Solutions acts as an Incorporator for many new companies.
An individual or entity that incorporates a Corporation on behalf of a client by filing the necessary formation documents with the Secretary of State and returning them to the client. Normally, the incorporator is the Corporationâ€(tm)s registered agent.
The person who drafts and signs the articles of incorporation. The incorporator may be personally liable for any false statements listed in the articles of incorporation.
The person or entity that prepares, files and signs the articles of incorporation. BizFilings acts as an incorporator for many new companies.
The persons) or entity who perform the act of incorporation and who signs the articles of incorporation and delivers or cause the delivery for filing.
Person who joins with others to form a corporation and the successors of those who actually sign the papers of incorporation. Typically the person or persons who execute the articles of incorporation.
The person(s) who perform the act of incorporation and who sign the articles of incorporation and deliver them for filing.
The person or entity that organizes a corporation and files its Articles of Incorporation. The incorporator can take corporate actions before directors and officers are appointed.