Paramus, NJ asked in Business Law for New Jersey

Q: What is the procedure to amend the bylaws of a corporation incorporated in New Jersey?

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Rodney John Alberto

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  • Forked River, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Well, you need to review the bylaws to see what the procedure is. Generally, you will need to have a meeting of the board, and then have a quorum's majority vote, and then reduce the vote to writing in the form of a resolution that is adopted. Good luck. If you have further questions, you can reach out to me. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com 732-200-0779

Jeff Vandrew Jr

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  • Red Bank, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Check the current bylaws and Certificate of Incorporation. They should contain the procedure for their own amendment. The foregoing is for discussion purposes only and is not legal advice.

Jeff Vandrew Jr, Attorney-CPA,

http://vandrew.com

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