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These Bylaws govern the affairs of
The name of Corporation shall be
Corporation’s principal office is located at
Registered Office and Registered Agent
Corporation’s registered agent and office in
The Board possesses the authority to change the location of any of Corporation’s registered offices and agents, as limited by the Organizational Document.
The purposes for which the Corporation is formed is for the transaction of any and all lawful purposes for which a nonprofit corporation may be organized under the laws of
The Corporation’s fiscal year shall last an entire calendar ending on the last day of
Transactions of Corporation
Books and Records
Special Procedures Concerning Meetings
These Bylaws may be altered, amended, or repealed, and new bylaws may be adopted by
What is it?
The set of rules that govern your non-profit organization’s internal affairs.
Why would I use it?
Bylaws of a nonprofit are required by state law. They specify certain aspects regarding the governance of their organization which would otherwise be controlled by default state rules. These bylaws must also be filed with the IRS if you are applying for 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.
What do I do with these Bylaws?
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