- When do you renew declaration of partnership?
- How to prepare your documents
- After we receive your documents and payment
When do you renew declaration of partnership?
You can renew your registration of a declaration of partnership for a term of 3 years at any time within the 3 months before the expiry date.
- You cannot renew an expired partnership.
- If your partnership expires, you must register your partnership again.
How to prepare your documents
How to fill out the form
The information you provide on the form must be legible. Also make sure to complete each section.
Download and compete Form 5 ‒ Renewal of declaration of partnership
Section 1: Business name of partnership
The name must be the full name as registered.
Section 2: Yukon registry number
Include your Yukon registry number.
Section 3: Dates
Include the date of the original date of declaration and the date of your last renewal. This information can be found on Yukon Corporate Online Registry (YCOR) for a fee.
Section 4: Physical location of business
Mark off the box showing whether your physical location has changed or stayed the same.
Use this section to indicate the physical location of your business. Include any change of information.
“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: Name and addresses of the partner
If there's a person designated as the representative of the partnership, fill out their full name and addresses.
Section 6: Partners' names
Mark off the box showing whether your partners have stayed the same or changed. If the partners have changed, all of the current partners need to be listed.
If the partner is an individual
If 1 of the partners is an individual fill out their:
- last name;
- 1st name; and
- mailing address.
Sign and date the form.
If the partner is an entity
If 1 of the partners is an entity, fill in:
- the name of the entity; and
- its Yukon registry number (the entity must be registered).
Also include your:
- 1st and last name;
- relationship to the entity; and
- mailing address.
When you’ve finished filling out the renewal, sign and date the form.
Section 7: Signature of each designated representative or of each partner
Include the signature of the designated representative. If there's no designated partner, each partner must sign and include the date they signed.
Submit your documents and pay your fees
After the form is completed, submit it along with the fee.
The cost of filing a renewal of a declaration of partnership is $25.
How to pay
You can pay by:
- credit card;
- cash; or
- debit card.
Provide a cheque in the appropriate amount made out to Government of Yukon.
We accept Visa, Master Card and American Express payment at the office. If you send your documents by fax, email or mail, provide a phone number where we can reach you. This is so you can give us your credit card information.
Cash or debit
Payment in cash or with a debit card can only be made in person at our office: 307 Black Street, 1st floor
Deliver your documents to us
You can drop off forms at our office or in our secure drop box in the lobby.
When you put your forms in our secure drop box, you can include:
- cheque; or
- a payment information form to contact you for credit card payments.
Submit your documents by mail, fax or email
Our offices are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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
After we receive your documents and payment
After we've accepted and filed all your documents, you'll receive a confirmation. The process can take up to 5 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.
Business identifier numbers and taxes
For information about business identifier numbers, taxes and charitable status, visit the Canada Revenue Agency.
For information about business licences, phone the City of Whitehorse at 867-668-8346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.