When two or more people decide to start a business together, they do so with only the best intentions. Usually, these intentions include making a commitment to put the business first on a long-term basis and agreeing to work together for the good of the company. In this way, business formation is much like a marriage. Also like a marriage, breaking the business up is often quite complicated.
As a business innovator, you understand the behind-the-scenes work that goes into a new project or idea before it is presented to the public. Turning these dreams into reality requires a significant investment of your time, energy and money. If you've found it harder and harder to create or market new ideas, you're probably not alone. How can these obstacles be overcome in a business environment?
As a property owner, you prefer for all of your commercial tenants to enjoy booming success. Unfortunately, this is not how the market works, and sooner or later, you may face a dilemma surrounding whether or not to evict a commercial tenant. While it is possible to evict a commercial tenant on a number of grounds, it is usually most successful to pursue eviction due to nonpayment of rent.
To many Arizona residents, having a company of your own is a large part of the American dream. Thanks to modern business laws, that dream can be a reality and it is much easier than you might think. We want to devote this blog post to providing our readers with basic information so that forming a limited liability company (LLC) does not feel overwhelming.
Businesses experience financial troubles and mortgage delinquencies in much the same way private citizens do. In the realms of finance and business law, this is known as defaulting on the business property mortgage. Lenders typically have a keen interest in recouping their loans, which prompts them to begin foreclosure proceedings after a certain amount of time has passed with no payments.
If your Tempe, Arizona, business involves one or more trade secrets, you probably already understand how important it is to protect them. Maximum protection starts with you because you must be prepared to keep your own secrets. However, if they do become leaked or stolen, a business law attorney can help you with the support of the U.S. government.
Arizona Business Contracts: Mutual Intent Is Key
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