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By law, your corporation must establish a method for the public to contact you both in person and by mail. You may designate up to three separate addresses:
- Address of Registered Office
An Address of Registered Office is a physical location in the province of Alberta, accessible to the public during normal business hours. This is the location where the majority of business is conducted from and may be a street address or legal land description. When a legal land description is supplied, you must always designate an address for service by mail. See bullet #3 below.
- Address of Records Office
If records for the corporation will be stored at a location different from the Address of Registered Office, you must supply an Address of Records Office. This location must be a street address or legal land description in the province of Alberta, and it must be accessible to the public during normal business hours.
- Address of Service by Mail
An Address for Service by Mail must be designated when you have supplied a legal land description as the Address of Registered Office. This address would be a post office box in the province of Alberta where your corporation’s documents are mailed.
If you need additional information or help filling in your Notice of Address form, please call toll-free: 1-866-989-6370.