Voluntary Dissolution of a Corporation

Businessmen

Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you in voluntary dissolution of a corporation. A corporation must complete the Article of Dissolution in Form 10 or Form 11. 

 

Form 10

 

If the shareholders of a corporation have authorized the dissolution, this form is used for voluntary dissolution. 

 

Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist with completing and submitting the following mandatory documents:

 

  1. Article of Dissolution (Form 10).

  2. Consent Letter from the Minister of Finance.

  3. Covering Letter with a name, phone number, and return address. 

  4. Pay the fee associated with Dissolution ($25)

 

Form 11

 

This form can be used if a corporation meets all of the following criteria:

 

  1. No shares have been issued by the corporation.

  2. Business has not commenced by the corporation.

  3. The dissolution has been authorized by all of the incorporators or their representatives.

 

If a corporation does not meet the criteria above, then Form 10 must be used, and approval is required by all shareholders. 

Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist with completing and submitting the following mandatory documents:

  1. Article of Dissolution (Form 11).

  2. Consent Letter from the Minister of Finance.

  3. Covering Letter with a name, phone number, and return address. 

  4. Pay the fee associated with dissolution ($25)

 

The Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you with this process and with completing and filing the Articles of Dissolution, and receiving the consent of the Minister of Finance.