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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
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KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

The undersigned incorporators, all of legal age, Filipino citizens and residents of the Philippines, have this day voluntarily agreed to form a stock corporation under the laws of the Republic of the Philippines.

AND WE HEREBY CERTIFY:

FIRST: That the name of said corporation shall be

“ CORPORATION”;

SECOND: That the purpose for which such corporation is incorporated is: To establish, maintain and operate restaurants, coffee shops, refreshment parlor, cocktail lounge; to cook, arrange, serve and cater goods, drinks, refreshments, and other food or commodities commonly served in such establishments, and to offer such other services to the public in connection with the operation of restaurant and catering enterprises.

THIRD: That the principal office of the corporation is located in the City/Municipality of ………………………………………, Province of ………………………………………….., Philippines;.

Under SEC Circ. No. 3, series of 2006, the SEC required that the articles must state the “(1) specific address of their principal office which shall include, if feasible, the street number, street name, barangay, city or municipality.” “Metro Manila” is no longer allowed as address of the principal office.

FOURTH: That the term for which said corporation is to exist is firty (50) years from and after the date of issuance of the certificate of incorporation;

FIFTH: That the names, nationalities and residences of the incorporators of the corporation are as follows:

NAME NATIONALITY RESIDENCE Edna A. Dela Cruz Filipino Gemma C. Santos Filipino Aida M. Lopez Filipino Edgar Allan T. Pascual…...

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