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Corporate charter

• Is a document which lists the objectives, powers, and authorities of a corporation. It indicates what the corporation can and cannot do. Some corporations have relatively narrow charters whereas other basically state that they may engage in any legal business activity. Some charters preclude speculative or outside investment activities. It is necessary to obtain a copy of a corporate charter before opening a securities, futures, or derivatives account. This is to determine whether the corporation is empowered to conduct such activities, with whom, and by whom. Corporate Charters are sometimes referred to as Articles of Incorporation.

• A legal document creating a corporation.

 
 

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