I'm getting ready to register a non-profit in the state of
I'm getting ready to register a non-profit in the state of Maryland. I'm working to make sure the vision and mission of the non-profit is protected. In setting up by-laws, I would like to find out if I can have the founder be on the board of directors in a permanent position unless the founder decides to relinquish this position at which point, he/she can appoint someone else in their place.In addition, I would like to find out if I can setup a founder position that has the power to veto a board decision and the power to change a board member is indicated.Lastly, i would like to find out if the founder can be the sole member of the organization
For a CA "C" Corp. what is the process for posing a
Hi Richard. For a CA "C" Corp. what is the process for posing a resolution and calling for a vote approved by a majority of shareholders (not the usual UWC). Does a BOD official designee who typically calls the annual shareholders meeting make the request or can any shareholder pose a resolution and seek approval by a majority of shareholders.
I'm preparing an application for ABC license for my retail
I'm preparing an application for ABC license for my retail store. It says health permit is required. What is this and where should I apply for one?Also, as an LLC it says to include a copy of operating agreement. Can I include articles of organisation instead?Thank you in advance.
I am considering starting a nonprofit in the state of New
I am considering starting a nonprofit in the state of New Jersey. My choice is between a membership NP and a non-membership one. We wish to charge annual dues, but we don't wish to grant governing rights to members or at least want to limit governing rights of members. Is it possible to create a non-membership nonprofit that in fact has dues-paying members? And how might the bylaws limit the governing rights of members in a specifically membership nonprofit?
Just as a potential example, not speaking of any specific
Just as a potential example, not speaking of any specific place, person, or situation. My question pertains to a Tribal Government, and under this their are Tribal Government Employees. There is also an Enterprise that conducts business, with Enterprise employees. These businesses have seperate assets to protect the Government, file separate taxes, the employee pay stubs come from different places, with different signatures. The Tribal Government has a claim to sovereign immunity. The Enterprise is seperate and has Bylaws and a tort claim procedure. There is a third party known as The Gaming Commision that is there to oversee Enterprise business and relate information to the government. Are these all seperate entity's, or businesses? Say can a person from the Enterprise terminate ones employment who say works for the government?