Yes.  the Corporation must issue at least one share in order to be properly formed. Otherwise there were no owners (shareholders) of the business.

Shares are issued through a resolution prepared and signed by the incorporator, founder, or directors. assuming that the corporation has a sufficient open pool of authorized shares from which the new shares to be issued are issued from, the new shares are been issued to the new shareholder, and the process is documented often through a stock purchase agreement, or similar type of agreement restricting what can be done with the shares by the shareholder. Stock purchase agreements are often used to protect the Company from having its shares transferred, sold, or otherwise given away to unauthorized shareholders.

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Yes.

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