Utah Corporate Bylaws Template

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Utah corporate bylaws define a corporation’s purpose, the powers and duties of its directors and shareholders, and any other rules and regulations that will help govern the corporation’s activities. Bylaws are created by the incorporator or board of directors after they have filed their articles of incorporation. While a bylaws template is not required by state law, most corporations see bylaws as an indispensable document that will maintain structure and productivity. The bylaws also define the functionality and duties of special committees, the transfer of shares, maintenance of records, and the declaration and payment of dividends.


Emergency Bylaws

An emergency bylaws provision may be created in the bylaws for managing the corporation in the event of an emergency. (§ 16-10a-206(2))