- Filing a notice to change director's and director's addresses
- How to prepare your documents
- Submit your documents
- After we receive your documents
Filing a notice to change director's and director's addresses
When a corporation makes a change to a director or director’s address, the corporation has 15 days to notify the registrar. The corporation must send notice of the changes to the registrar using the proper form.
How to prepare your documents
Download and fill out Form 9 ‒ Notice of director’s and directors’ addresses.
How to fill out the form
The information you provide must be legible.
Section 1: Name of corporation
The name must match the name as registered.
Section 2: Yukon registry number
Include the Yukon registry number.
Section 3: Outgoing directors
Include the 1st and last names of directors who have left and the date they stopped being directors for the corporation.
Section 4: Incoming directors
Include the 1st and last names of new directors for the corporation and the date they became directors for the corporation.
“Delivery address” refers to a physical location. Include an address or other description to identify a person’s home or place of business. This does not include a post office box.
“Mailing address” refers to where you send mail. Include a complete mailing address, including the postal code. This address can be a person’s home, place of business or post office box.
Section 5: Address changes
Include the 1st and last names of directors whose addresses have changed and include their new address.
Section 6: List directors and addresses
Include 1st and last name of all the current directors and both their delivery and mailing addresses.
If there are no directors the Form 10 ‒ Notice of change of shareholders and addresses must also be filed.
The Yukon registry number must also be included if the director is a corporation or extra-territorial corporation.
Section 7: Name of individual signing
Include the 1st and last name of the individual signing the form.
Section 8: Title of the individual signing
Include the title of the individual signing the form. This will be a director, officer or authorized agent.
Section 9: Signature
Sign the form.
Section 10: Date of signature
Date the form.
Submit your documents
There's no fee for changing directors information for a Yukon corporation.
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Deliver your documents to us
You can drop off forms in our secure drop box. It's in the entrance of our building between the outside and inside doors. You'll also find copies of the most used forms next to the drop box.
After we receive your documents
After we've accepted and filed all your documents, you'll receive a confirmation. The process can take up to 10 business days.
Staff at Corporate Affairs cannot provide any interpretation of legislation or operational advice of any sort regarding:
- business corporations;
- sole proprietorships;
- cooperative associations; or
If you need advice, talk with a professional such as a lawyer or an accountant.
Our staff cannot provide legal advice or services. For legal matters, contact a lawyer or phone the Yukon Law Line at 867-668-5297, toll free 1-866-667-4305.
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Phone: 867-667-5314, or toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 5314
Government of Yukon
Corporate Affairs (C-6)
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6