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The three-volume Colorado Business Organizations & Forms, Fourth Edition gives you the tools to document virtually every area of corporate and business practice.
This book was initially published as a guide to Colorado corporate forms. Previous editions were primarily focused on the corporate business form and the documents necessary to form, operate, and dissolve corporations. Colorado has been one of the most advanced states in the adoption of variations on the business entity form, and now authorizes the formation and operation of corporations, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited liability companies, and limited partnership associations, as well as special purpose corporations, such as condominium associations and professional corporations. Accordingly, the fourth edition of this publication includes documents to form, operate, and dissolve the available business organizations, and is entitled Colorado Business Organizations & Forms.
Each chapter contains three basic parts: (1) a description of the textual background of that chapter; (2) specific explanatory notes to the individual forms; and (3) the forms themselves. Many of the forms have explanatory notes preceding them. These annotations are intended to supplement the textual material of the chapter relating to the form and to highlight unusual provisions in the form. Of course, no form should be copied without modification for any action. The proper adaptation of forms should be made based upon the particular facts and circumstances in the planning process.
This resource-rich manual includes a host of forms that are ready for your use or customization. A valuable knowledge bank, Colorado Business Organization Forms, Fourth Edition gives you a starting point for drafting the practice forms that you use each day.
Keep Your Form Collection Current
To ensure that you document library is up to date, each form is accompanied by the most current examples of appropriate clauses. Following are a few highlights:
• Entity formation documents
• Stock and shareholder issues
• Mergers and consolidations
• Voluntary dissolution
• Board of director's resolutions
• General and limited partnerships
• Limited liability companies
• Non-profit and professional corporations
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Pre-Incorporation and Promoter Considerations
Chapter 2 Incorporation and Other Organizational Matters
Chapter 3 Stock Matters
Chapter 4 Extraordinary Corporate Acts
Chapter 5 Additional Corporate Practice Forms
Chapter 6 General and Limited Partnerships
Chapter 7 Limited Liability Companies
Chapter 8 Limited Partnership Association
Chapter 9 Mergers and Conversions Under Colorado Corporations and Associations Act