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July 2017 Archives

Think carefully when you are buying commercial real estate

We've discussed various real estate issues in our past few blogs. Each of these issues is something that can cause you problems when you are trying to purchase property for your business. We know that you want to make the best decisions for your company, and we understand this.

Know the zoning types when considering properties

When you purchase property, you have to consider the zoning of the property and the intended use. In some cases, the permitted uses are set by the law. There are a few primary types of zoning that you need to think about. Under each of these, there might be subtypes that you have to consider.

Land use and zoning issues can often be handled in legal ways

When you find a place where you want to build your business, there are several things to consider. One of these is what the zoning for the property is. You might find that you are running up against zoning or land use issues at your perfect location. We are here to help you learn what options you have to address these serious issues.

Were you accused of breaching your fiduciary duty?

As a business owner or member of a company's board of directors, you owe a duty to the shareholders, partners or investors in the business. This fiduciary relationship results from the trust and confidence another party puts in you. This fiduciary relationship often arises out of federal and California laws or through the circumstances under which your relationship to the other party began.

Take proper steps to choose a business form before opening

When you are ready to get your business off the ground, you have to think about what business form you are going to use. This might seem like a no-brainer, but it does take work and considerable thought to make this decision.

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