Authorized representative

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The individual who is duly authorized to act on behalf of the applicant, either because of the duties he or she performs, or because he or she has been so mandated by the applicant. Where applicable, the authorized representative must submit one of the following documents to clicSÉQUR service provider: articles of incorporation, internal management by-laws, resolution of the board of directors, resolution of the sole director, unanimous agreement of the shareholders, or any other document proving that he or she is authorized to act on behalf of the applicant.

In the case of an individual in business, the authorized representative may be the applicant or a person designated to act on the applicant's behalf.

In the case of a corporation, the authorized representative may be an officer (president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer), a salaried employee (manager, employee), a professional who provides services to the corporation (accountant, lawyer, notary, etc.), or any other person designated by a resolution of the board of directors.

In the case of a partnership, the authorized representative may be one of the partners, a director (who may or may not be a partner), or any other person designated to act on the partnership's behalf.

It is the authorized representative who signs the clicSÉQUR registration documents.

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