University of Baltimore Law Review


The provisions of the Maryland Code governing the incorporation process enable the attorney incorporating a privately- held enterprise to draft corporate documents accommodating the needs of the particular promoting individuals. This article focuses on the drafting of articles of incorporation and bylaws, and places particular emphasis on the options for allocating control and financial interests available within the Maryland statutory framework.

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