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Definition Corporate Charter. Description.


The Corporate Charter is a legal document that is prepared during the formation of a corporation that states how the company should be governed.

It normally states such things as:

It is also called: Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Association and other similar terms depending on the country.


The term must not be confused with a Vision Statement nor with a Mission Statement.


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