Registrations

  • Registration of a business name is required of anyone who forms a partnership or uses a business name other than their own.
  • A co-operative or co-op is a business that is owned and controlled by its members in order to provide goods or services to those members.…
  • With the exception of licensed insurance companies, all extra-territorial corporations incorporated elsewhere but carrying on business in the Northwest Territories as defined in the Business…
  • A certificate of title is proof of an owner's title to a parcel of land, subject to certain exceptions and any liens or interests recorded…
  • A lien is the legal right to seize a debtor's property until their debt is paid.
  • Incorporation as a society offers substantial benefits to non-profit organizations such as limited liability for members, and is a requirement for registered charities.
  • A corporation is a legal entity owned by its shareholders, whose liability is limited to the amount they have invested in the corporation. A corporation…
  • The Personal Property Registry (PPR) is an online registry that allows individuals and businesses to register notices of security interests in personal property within the…
  • The Office of the Superintendent of Securities maintains a list of reporting issuers in the Northwest Territories, updated weekly. A reporting issuer is not in…
A complete alphabetical listing of the consolidated territorial Acts and associated regulations.
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