If a corporation is carrying on business
it must register in the jurisdiction where
it is doing business. When a corporation
seeks to do business in a different jurisdiction
other than the one in which it was created,
it is treated as a foreign corporation
and must qualify to do business, generally
by filing an Application of Authority.
In Canada these corporations are referred
to as Extra-Provincial or Extra-Territorial.
The filing for these corporations is
called an Application for Extra-Provincial
License. Accompanying documents include
a good standing certificate and certified
copies of charter documents from the home