A ‘shelf corporation’ is an incorporated entity that either:
- Never carried on a business and never owned any assets;
- Carried on a business and owned assets in the past, but is now inactive without any assets.
Shelf corporations that carried on a business in the past for a number of years, and have a good credit history are of great interest to individuals that want to start a business. This is because banks and other financial institutions usually only make loans to established corporations with a favorable credit rating.
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