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- Five Tips to Avoid Jeopardizing Your Next Business Deal
Whether you’re an experienced business owner or an entrepreneur just embarking on your first business venture, there are certain missteps that you need to be aware of in order to avoid jeopardizing your corporate transactions.
- The Art of Constructon Contract Drafting
A well-written contract is more than a fill-in-the-blank form. It's unique, it reflects your business principles, and it reflects your values. Make sure your contracts reflect the personality and the tone you desire.
- Right to Fly with Points
Flying with miles is an advantage for those that fly regularly and is often an option with credit cards, travel programs and other incentive programs. Travelers who fly with points have the potential to realize substantial savings. However, sometimes there are problems when the person wishing to redeem the points is unable to do so or if a flight is cancelled after using points.
- Promissory Notes
Put simply, a promissory note is a written promise to pay a definite amount of money on specified date(s) or on demand. The primary purpose of a promissory note is to evidence a loan amount, interest rate, if any, and other terms on which a loan is to be repaid. Depending on the type of transaction involved, a promissory note may or may not accompany a security agreement, a deed of trust, or other contractual documents.
- Legal Remedies for Sick Pet Purchases
When a pet gets sick, it can often feel like a family member is sick. While many people view pets in this light, the law has traditionally taken the view that pets are personal property. As such, if a pet becomes sick shortly after a purchase, traditional contract laws typically apply.
- How to Do Your Due Diligence on a Franchise Opportunity
Franchisors are required by law to provide potential franchisees with a Franchise Disclosure Document but there are also things you should be doing on your own as part of a good due diligence process, including the following.
- Understanding Commercial Agreements: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business
The contracts that your business has with its landlords, clients, employees, vendors and/or suppliers are the components that help create the framework of your company. Everything your organization does depends on the protection and support of the terms and conditions in its contract (s).
- Notices of Intent to Lien Property in Georgia
Some states require that potential lien claimants serve a Notice of Intent to Lien on of the real estate where the lien will be placed prior to the filing of the lien. Georgia does not have this prerequisite, however, so a Georgia lien claimant may exercise an option to serve the project owner with prior notice.
- How to Tell If You Need a Florida Business Attorney
According to the Small Business Administration, there are roughly 600,000 new businesses started in the U.S. every year.
- Property Rights of Cohabiting Couples
Generally speaking, unmarried couples do not have the same property rights as married couples. While a court may help divide a married couple’s belongings and make other decisions regarding their severance of the marital relationship, they are more hesitant to do so and may lack the authority to do so when cohabitating couples are concerned.