Not-For-Profit (part of Future of LFS discussion)
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Mon May 19 02:50:56 PDT 2008
> Could some kind American or Canadian soul post a link to something that
> explains this concept as it applies to a corporation? I think some of us
> Non-NA peeps could do with an understanding of that it means, and IANAL!
> I presume it cheaper than a Delaware Corporation :-)
> For what little it's worth, I have assumed that any contribution I have
> made via these Usenet lists is Public Domain unless it contains a
> specific copyright notice, so I can't see how I could assign it to a
> Foundation. In so far as it has been incorporated into an LFS Book, I
> have already, by the act of contributing as an editor, assigned the
> copyright to the book's copyright holder as defined in the Prologue to
> the book in question. Or have I? I certainly intended to.
> It seems to me that this is not connected too intimately with the other
> discussions. But really does merit getting right before we invest too
> much in the rest of it. I have been unhappy for some time (years) that
> copyright to the LFS book resides with Gerard, not because I don't want
> him to have it, but because I am unsure of who would inherit it, or to
> whom it might be assigned by him 'in extremis' (several scenarios to
> consider here).
Here is a link to that on the Government of Canada website, focussed on
BC, annd direct to thier faq comparing business types.
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