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    What Should I Do After I Have Incorporated? Setting Up Your Corporate Governance Structure in New York.
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    Once your business is incorporated, you can begin setting up your corporate structure. You should consider creating by-laws for the corporation, which will set forth internal rules and procedures for the corporation. A copy of any corporate by-laws enacted by the corporation must be kept at the principal place of business. You will need to hold an organizational meeting for the purpose of adopting by-laws, electing first directors, and the transaction of other business. For guidelines on the organizational meeting, see N.Y. Bus. Corp. Law s. 404. You may then decide to issue stock certificates to the initial owners of the corporation ? the rules relating to the issuance of stock certificates is located at N.Y. Bus. Corp. Law s. 508.

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