After incorporation a company may decide to amend its constitution or, if the company had no constitution, adopt one.
If, however, a constitution should not have been filed at all you can revoke it.
You must notify the Registrar of Companies within ten working days of the revocation.
The Second Amendment (Amendment II) was adopted in 1791 and it is not suitable for the modern society anymore.
For Making The Constitution More Compatible With The Modern Age This proposal has been created and authorized by our organization, the Bastion of Urban Renewal and Progress (BURP).
This is a community organization which has its home office on the upper west side of Manhattan, and is dedicated to the betterment of humanity, the cleanliness of the earth and the causes of equality within and between all nations.
We here at our organization (BURP) have always considered the constitution a living and breathing document that should be updated periodically to reflect the changing needs of our community.However, it has gotten more difficult over the years to take a document that was written in the 18th century and keep it contemporary.Therefore, rather than amend the constitution, and continue to put tape and paper clips on an old and out-dated document, it is time for a complete re-writing of the constitution. All this needs to be written into the new document so that there is no ambiguity.We will start here with the first 10 amendments known as the Bill of Rights. Just to digress for a moment, we are not concerned about the intent of the so-called "Founders".The first amendment to the constitution reads thusly: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Many people in our organization were shocked to learn that the phrase "Wall of separation between church and state" was not actually in the document. The phrase "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" seems fine on the surface but we want to be careful in limiting the power of what congress can do. Our goal in this re-writing is to come up with a fair and just document by which the country can be moved into the modern age and to stop being governed by outdated and unfair concepts.We want congress to be able to freely pass laws for the benefit of the many people who may not know what is in their best interests. The phrase "prohibiting the free exercise thereof" is a problem.