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The records described in subsection (1) shall be kept at the registered office of the corporation or at another place in the province that the directors think appropriate and shall at reasonable times be open to inspection by the directors.Where accounting records of a corporation are kept at a place outside the province, there shall be kept at the registered office or other office in the province accounting records adequate to enable the directors to ascertain the financial position of the corporation with reasonable accuracy on a quarterly basis.A corporation shall not carry on a business or exercise a power that it is restricted by its articles from carrying on or exercising, nor shall a corporation exercise its powers in a manner contrary to its articles.A person is not affected by or considered to have notice or knowledge of the contents of a document concerning a corporation by reason only that the document has been filed with the registrar or is available for inspection at an office of the corporation.When a body corporate is continued under this Act, subsection (2) does not apply to the consideration received by it before it was continued unless the share in respect of which the consideration is received is issued after the corporation is continued.When a body corporate is continued under this Act, an amount unpaid in respect of a share issued by the body corporate before it was continued and paid after it was continued shall be added to the stated capital account maintained for the shares of that class or series.For the purposes of paragraph 36(b) and section 37, when a body corporate is continued under this Act, "records" include similar registers and other records required by law to be maintained by the body corporate before it was continued.
(1) One body corporate is affiliated with another body corporate where 1 of them is the subsidiary of the other or both are subsidiaries of the same body corporate or each of them is controlled by the same person.
(1) Shareholders and creditors of a corporation, their agents and legal representatives and the registrar may examine the records referred to in section 36 during the usual business hours of the corporation, and may take extracts from the records, free of charge, and, where the corporation is a distributing corporation, another person may do so upon payment of a reasonable fee.
(1) Shareholders and creditors of a corporation, their agents and legal representatives, the registrar and, where the corporation is a distributing corporation, another person upon payment of a reasonable fee and upon sending to a corporation or its transfer agent the affidavit referred to in subsection (4) may upon application require the corporation or its agent to provide within 10 days from the receipt of the affidavit a list (in this section referred to as the "basic list") made up to a date not more than 10 days before the date of receipt of the affidavit setting out the names of the shareholders of the corporation, the number of shares owned by each shareholder and the address of each shareholder as shown on the record of the corporation.
(1) The word "Limited", "Limitee", "Incorporated", "Incorporee" or "Corporation" or the abbreviation "Ltd.", "Ltee", "Inc." or "Corp." shall be part of the name of every corporation but a corporation may use and may be legally designated by either the full or the abbreviated form.
A corporation may set out its name in its articles in an English form, a French form, an English form and a French form or in a combined English and French form, and the corporation may use and may be legally designated by that form.