New Hampshire corporate bylaws are written rules adopted by a corporation’s initial board to manage actions, finances, and personnel. The document contains a thorough overview of the company’s inner workings, including policies for meetings, voting requirements, procedures for amendments, and appointing officers.
As mandated by state law, the board of directors or incorporators must set in place an initial set of bylaws upon incorporation, provided the bylaws do not conflict with provisions stated in the articles of incorporation or state statutes.
Chapter: Chapter 293-A
- Bylaws: § 293-A:2.06
- Indemnification: § 293-A:8.51
- Notice of meetings:
- Stock issuance & certificates: § 293-A:6.21