Use of a reserved name (Regulation 50)

Note

Use this consent letter if the proposed corporate name is confusing with another proposed corporate name that has already been reserved under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (NFP Act).

The person with the reserved corporate name must:

  1. Consent to the use of the name; and
  2. Confirm that they will not be using the reserved corporate name.

The person signing the consent needs to be aware that consenting to the use of the proposed corporate name essentially removes the reservation so that they will not be able to use the reserved corporate name.

If the consent is being given by a corporation, the signature must be of an authorized officer and must give his/her title.

The Director General, Corporations Canada
235 Queen Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H5

Re: Proposed corporate name of [Insert proposed corporate name]

[Insert name of individual or corporation signing consent] hereby consents to the use of [Insert proposed corporate name] as the corporate name.

[Insert name of individual or corporation signing consent] confirms that they will not be using the name [Insert reserved corporate name] which is currently reserved pursuant to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (request id: space to insert id number).

Signed in the city of space to insert city,
in the province of space to insert province,
on this space to insert day day of space to insert month, 20space to insert year.

space to insert signature
(Signature)

space to insert full name
(Print full name)

space to title of officer signing and the name of the corporation
(If the consent is being given by a corporation, insert title of officer signing and the name of the corporation)

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