Business Name Reservation

Business Name Reservation is the process of reserving a business name before it is registered by someone else.

Name Reservation is integral to the success of your business. The introduction of a company is the first interaction between a potential customer and the company. The name of the company is the first impression that they will get. A company’s name should be chosen carefully to reflect its mission and values.

ommercial real estate transactions, court appearances, several major product liability class actions, and municipal law matters.

Minute Books Preparation

Mandani Law can prepare an initial Minute Book for your corporation and continue to provide you with an updated Minute Book every year. 


A corporate Minute Book is a collection of documents and records that form the corporation’s history. 

As required by the law, all corporations within Canada and Ontario must maintain a Minute Book with accurate and up-to-date records.


Minute Books contain some of the following documents:

  • Articles of incorporation
  • Director and officer registers 
  • Shareholder register 
  • Share certificates
  • Minutes of meetings
  • Transactional documents, such as share transfers or director changes
  • Copies of forms filed in the corporate registry


Incorporating Professional Corporations

A corporation is a separate legal entity.  Accordingly, a professional corporation is a corporation that carries on a professional practice. In Ontario, professional corporations are governed by the Ontario Business Corporations Act, along with the by-laws of the governing bodies of the relevant professions.

A professional corporation can allow you access to significant tax savings and can also limit personal liability.

Examples of incorporated professions often include medical doctors, dentists, veterinarians, chartered professional accountants, certified general accountants, and lawyers.

Mandani Law Professional Corporation has the expertise to navigate the complex process of incorporating a professional corporation and ensure that you comply with all requirements of your professional governing body