Articles of Incorporation - LegalOpinion.com
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Article I. The name of the Corporation is LegalOpinion.com.
Article II. Its principal office in the State of Nevada is 774 Mays Blvd.
#10, Incline Village NV 89452. The initial resident agent for services of
process at that address is N&R Ltd. Group, Inc.
Article III. The purposes for which the corporation is organized are to
engage in any activity or business not in conflict with the laws of the State of
Nevada or of the United States of America. The period of existence of the
corporation shall be perpetual.
Article IV. The corporation shall have authority to issue an aggregate of
50,000,000 shares of common voting equity stock of par value one mil ($0.001)
per share, and no other class or classes of stock, for a total capitalization of
$50,000. The corporation's capital stock may be sold from time to time for such
consideration as may be fixed by the Board of Directors, provided that no
consideration so fixed shall be less than par value.
Article V. No shareholder shall be entitled to any preemptive or
preferential rights to subscribe to any unissued stock or any other securities
which the corporation may now or hereafter be authorized to issue, nor shall any
shareholder possess cumulative voting rights at any shareholders meeting, for
the purpose of electing Directors, or otherwise.
Article VI. The name and address of the Incorporator of the corporation is
WILLIAM STOCKER, Attorney at Law, 34700 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 303,
Capistrano Beach CA 92624, PHONE (949) 248-9561, FAX (949) 248-1688. The affairs
of the corporation shall be governed by a Board of Directors of not less than
one (1) nor more than (7) persons. The Incorporator shall act as Sole Initial
Article VII. The Capital Stock, after the amount of the subscription price
or par value, shall not be subject to assessment to pay the debts of the
corporation, and no stock issued, as paid up, shall ever be assessable or
Article VIII. The initial By-laws of the corporation shall be adopted by
its Board of Directors. The power to alter, amend or repeal the By-laws, or
adopt new By-laws, shall be vested in the Board of Directors, except as
otherwise may be specifically provided in the By- laws.
I THE UNDERSIGNED, being the Incorporator hereinbefore named for the
purpose of forming a corporation pursuant the General Corporation Law of the
State of Nevada, do make and file these Articles of Incorporation, hereby
declaring and certifying that the facts herein stated are true, and accordingly
have set my hand hereunto this Day,
July 26, 1999.
/s/ WILLIAM STOCKER
ATTORNEY AT LAW