Reincorporation Merger defined: A reincorporation merger is a merger agreement which merges an existing company that is registered in a certain location and under a certain name with a legal entity, which may be registered in a different location and possibly under a different name. The purpose of the merger agreement is to alter the name or the registered location of an existing corporation to benefit from certain rules and business regulations that are not located in the state of original incorporation.
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