What are Articles of Incorporation?

Articles of Incorporation are filed with a government body to legally document the creation of an organization. The Articles of Incorporation specify the corporation’s name, amounts and types of shares authorized for issuance to shareholders, principal place of business, registered agent and the initial features of the board of directors.
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