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What are the bylaws of a company?


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What are the bylaws of a company?

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The bylaws of a company are the regulations that the company creates for its shareholders, officers, directors and administrators. The Board of Directors as one of the first steps to incorporate the company adopts the bylaws. Unlike articles of incorporation, the bylaws of a company are mainly for internal use. Depending on the jurisdiction of the registry, the company may be obliged to make bylaws public in the mercantile registry or not. In addition, the articles of incorporation represent an official and training document with the general information of the company. The bylaws represent rules and orders that define the operation of the company and the conduct of its shareholders or directors.



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