Free Waiver of Notice of Organizational Meeting

Waives the requirement for the members to attend the organizational meeting.

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After filing your initial documents with the State, your company should hold an organizational meeting to complete its formation. Before holding this meeting, you have to provide notice to the intended participants. However, it is possible to opt out of those notice requirements with a Waiver of Notice of Organizational Meeting.

 

Companies may be interested in having participants execute the waiver in order to hold the meeting as fast as possible. Meeting participants may want to opt out of notice for this meeting to minimize the amount of paperwork they receive.

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Ordinarily, notice should be sent to each intended participant of a meeting. This document waives that requirement for the organizational meeting and confirms that the waiving participant(s) are aware of the meeting’s time and location.

 

The organizational meeting is the first official meeting of your business. At this meeting, your company’s governing documents are approved, the managing structure of your company is established, elections are held, and other formational details are decided by vote.

 

Companies may be interested in using the waiver for the organizational meeting to hold it as fast as possible. Without the waiver, a company is required to send notice a certain period of time before the meeting is scheduled to occur. Having the participants collectively execute the waiver will allow the organizational meeting to occur quickly so your company can get to business.

The waiver is simple and includes:

  • The name and company type of the business receiving the waiver;

  • The “position” of the person sending the waiver (director, shareholder, member, etc.);

  • The date, time and location of the meeting; and

  • The signature of each participant executing the waiver.

    • If any initial meeting participants will not be waiving notice, you will need to list their names on the document.

 

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Once you complete the questionnaire and place your order, it will be available for immediate download in either PDF or Word document from your secure online account including a step-by-step guide on how to use your document.   

Generally, a waiver does not need to be notarized – you only need to sign the document to make it legally enforceable. A witness may be helpful if the other party attempts to contest the document, but a notary is not necessary for the agreement to be legal.

Please Note: The use of a notary ensures that no one challenges any signatures later and is a secure way to firmly establish the effectiveness of your document.