In a message dated 11/19/01 2:06:31 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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> The "permanent" retention period of a company record is for the life of the
> company - as long as the company exists, the records must be retained.
> Once that company ceases to exist, then there is no business purpose for
> retaining the record.
Rae several years ago a corporate attorney told me that if a company was a
Delaware chartered corporation that records such as minute books were to be
kept LOC + 3 years according to Delaware law. Is this correct? Or was that
attorney barking up the wrong tree? Thanks
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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