Everything you need to make it official

This comprehensive kit makes record-keeping clean and simple throughout the life of your business. Keep track of ownership, bylaws or operating agreements, transactions, and meeting minutes—all safely stored in a fine leather portfolio. The seal bears your company name along with the date and state of your incorporation, enabling you to leave your mark with pride and authenticity.

Your custom kit includes:

  • A heavy-duty metal seal for embossing documents with a refined, professional touch
  • A neatly organized portfolio binder adorned with your company name and matching slipcase for preservation
  • Ten stock or membership certificates (for LLCs), each numbered and printed with your corporate name
  • A transfer ledger for accurate documentation of ownership interests
  • Sample meeting minutes, waivers of notice, resolutions, and bylaws (for LLCs, an operating agreement) on which to model your own
Corporate Seal and Compliance Kit FAQs
  • I ordered a Corporate Seal and Compliance Kit. Do I need to order ownership certificates?
    CT's Corporate Seal and Compliance Kit includes 10 ownership certificates, so if you have more than 10 ownership interests, you’ll need more. Keep in mind that, as ownership interests change hands or new owners come on board, you must issue new certificates—so you may want to order a few extras.
  • What actions should be documented in the company record book?
    Aside from meeting notes and governance documents (bylaws or operating agreements), major transactions should be documented for the purposes of tax and asset protection. Such transactions include asset purchases, buy-sell agreements, compensation/bonus/retirement plans, and loans to and from owners. These documents often bear a company seal to prove authenticity.
  • Does an LLC need a compliance kit?
    While LLCs typically have fewer state-imposed obligations, every LLC should formally crystallize ownership interests and adopt an operating agreement. Although meetings aren’t required by law, it’s a best practice to keep minutes regardless. Doing so protects the owners and keeps things running smoothly in the long run.
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