incorporator

[in-kawr-puh-rey-ter]
noun
1.
one of the signers of the articles or certificate of legal incorporation.
2.
one of the persons to whom the charter is granted in a corporation created by special act of the legislature.
3.
a person who incorporates.

Origin:
1820–30; incorporate + -or2

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incorporator (ɪnˈkɔːpəˌreɪtə)
 
n
1.  a person who incorporates
2.  (US) commerce
 a.  any of the signatories of a certificate of incorporation
 b.  any of the original members of a corporation

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Example sentences
The amendment was adopted by the sole incorporator without shareholder action.
The incorporator must be of legal age to enter into contracts.
If the corporation has not yet been formed or directors have not yet been selected, the filing shall be signed by an incorporator.
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