Idaho Corporate Bylaws Template

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Idaho corporate bylaws are a set of rules that are adopted by the incorporator or board of directors of a corporation after filing the articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State. Unlike the articles of incorporation, the bylaws are kept with the corporation’s private records and used internally to delineate the structure and management of the corporation. The bylaws will generally describe the day-to-day operations, the leadership structure, as well as the relaying the time and location of meetings, the issuance of shares, and any other rules that do not contravene the articles of incorporation or state law.

Required in Idaho? Yes (§ 30-29-206(a))


Emergency Bylaws

Emergency bylaws can be included to account for the organization of meetings and the operation of corporate affairs in the event of an emergency. (§ 30-29-207)