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English definition of “memorandum of association”

memorandum of association

noun [C]
 
 
LAW
in the UK and some other countries, a document needed to officially form a new company, which gives details of its name, activities, managers, share capital, etc.: The company's memorandum of association sets out the bounds within which the company must operate. →  See also articles of association
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