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Getting guidance is good practice

Perhaps nothing is more intimidating than a blank page. Being asked to create ‘membership share capital and member rights’ from scratch can damage confidence and interfere with the development process.

Sample bylaws or templates can be helpful starting points (and we have some available.)Without proper context, though, they may simply create more questions like: “Do we need to issue investment shares?” or “What if we don’t want to appoint an auditor?”. Asking for a bit of guidance is often a good idea.

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