Certificate of Resolution of Corporation by Secretary

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					A Certificate of Corporate Resolution is typically signed by the secretary of a company.
The document is intended to certify that a resolution made by the company was duly
passed at a meeting and is in full force and effect. The form contains standard
language but can be customized to fit the needs of the drafting party. This document
should be used by the secretary of a corporation after a board resolution has passed
and intended to allow a third party to rely on the certification without having to
investigate the corporate resolution itself.
                Certificate of Resolution of Corporation by Secretary

        I, (Name of Secretary), Secretary of (Name of Corporation), a corporation
incorporated under the laws of (name of state), hereby certify that the above is a full,
true, and correct copy of a Resolution of the Board of Directors of the Corporation, duly
and regularly passed and adopted at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Corporation which was duly and regularly called and held, as required by law and the
Bylaws of the Corporation, at the office of the Corporation located at (street address,
city, state, zip code), on (date), at which meeting a majority of the Board of Directors of
the Corporation were present and voted in favor of the Resolution.
     I have executed this Certificate as Secretary, and affixed the seal of the
Corporation, on (date).



                                          ________________________________
                                          (Signature of Secretary)
                                          (Printed Name of Secretary)

       SEAL

				
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Description: A Certificate of Corporate Resolution is typically signed by the secretary of a company. The document is intended to certify that a resolution made by the company was duly passed at a meeting and is in full force and effect. The form contains standard language but can be customized to fit the needs of the drafting party. This document should be used by the secretary of a corporation after a board resolution has passed and intended to allow a third party to rely on the certification without having to investigate the corporate resolution itself.