In This Publication:
- General Information
- Investment Factors
- Intellectual Property
- Principal Forms of Business Entities
- Excerpt from Preface:
Carrying on Business in Canada is a general overview of, and introduction to, Canadian legislative and business considerations involving starting and operating a business, and investing in Canada.
Carrying on Business in Canada was written by lawyers from Heenan Blaikie with significant experience and knowledge in the area of the law which each lawyer covered. The commentary herein is intended to be a general overview and should not be regarded as advice or legal opinions of Heenan Blaikie and its practitioners.
Changes to the law can occur at any time. This document reflects the law at a moment in time, but depending on when the document is read, may not reflect recent changes in the Canadian legal and business systems. Qualified advice should be sought when considering investing or starting a business in Canada. Unless otherwise provided, all money amounts are in Canadian dollars.
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Topics: Canada, Copyright, Corporate Taxes, Design Patent, Disclosure Requirements, Foreign Investment, Human Rights, Investors, Patents, Reporting Requirements, Residency Requirements, Residency Status, Trademarks, Transfer Pricing, Work Permits
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