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    December 21, 2017

    Canada is a common law jurisdiction, with the exception of Quebec which is a civil code jurisdiction. Common business structures in Canada are Partnerships and Corporations, with Corporations being the most popular form. In Canada, a corporation is a legal entity distinct from its shareholders. It can own property, carry on business, borrow, lend, sue or be sued. Generally, shareholders are not personally responsible for the liabilities of the corporation.

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