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Corporate Matters: Domestication of Non-U.S. Entities

Volume 3 No 9    /    Read Article

By Simon H. Prisk

Although not allowed under New York law, a non-U.S. entity may transfer its corporate charter from a foreign jurisdiction to the state of Delaware and many other states. The process allows a non-U.S. entity to become subject to all of the provisions of state corporate law, and the existence of the corporation is deemed to have commenced on the date the non-U.S. entity was first formed. When the process is completed, the corporation is legally formed under U.S. state law. Simon Prisk explains.    See more →