An Alabama corporate bylaws form is a state-required form used during the establishment of a corporation to put a series of rules into place. It’s completed by the company’s secretary or another board member and is unanimously agreed upon by the board of directors. It covers information such as annual meetings, how company officers are assigned, how many board members there will be (and how long they serve), and more. While the bylaws do not need to be signed, doing so is suggested as it confirms the official date the bylaws went into effect.
All statutes: Title 10A, Chapter 2A