In the state of Ohio, it is not legally obligatory that you draft a binding agreement between corporate officials. For this reason, should you choose to employ a corporate bylaw, you will not need to send it to the office of the Secretary of State for filing. This would be an internal document designed specifically to relay the various rules and regulations that will govern your corporation. A large number of provisions which would not be apparent in the initial articles of incorporation can be added here to greatly improve the organization of your entity’s internal affairs. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you draft this agreement and incorporate it into your business structure to ensure that your corporation is properly managed. Take a few minutes to review the contents of our template below, available in MS Word and PDF, in order to get an idea of its many benefits.