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articles of incorporationnoun [plural]

uk   us   also certificate of incorporation LAW
in the US and Canada, a document that must be given to a state before a company can be legally created. It usually includes the name and address of the company, its purpose, and the number and type of shares that it will issue: Minority shareholders are allowed to call special meetings under the company's articles of incorporation.
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