As you can see from clicking here –– the certificate of incorporation provided by the State of Delaware is pretty bare. The most important clauses to pay attention to are the number of shares authorized to issue (check out more on that here – ) as well as the info on the incorporator. Using an incorporator when incorporating allows you to stay anonymous. Depending on the goals of your company, a more extensive certificate of incorporation might be a better idea than the default form provided by the state. An attorney would be the best person to ask when it comes to this.
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