My question involves business law in the state of: California.
Anybody know where I can find some generic examples of corporate bylaws written for a SINGLE OWNER corporation? In my corporation I am the only employee, the only officer, the only director and the only shareholder. And I intend to keep it that way.
All the many books and online examples for bylaws I've found are assuming 5 directors and half a dozen presidents, VPs, CEOs, CFOs, Secretaries and so on - they go exhaustively into how each of those is picked, elected, compensated and terminated.
Since I am the one and only chief cook and bottle washer, most of these procedures are moot points. So how does one write bylaws that reflect the single owner option?
I'm not going to switch back to sole proprieter. There are very good taxation benefits for me to incorporate, given my line of business....