Legal Advice for “Sale of Business” — 129 results
Written by attorney Clark AD Wilson, over 5 years ago.
Got an idea for a business? Brainstorm how to make some money through manufacturing/importing/selling. Figure out the specifics of the product you will sell. Internet Search Using the... more
Written by attorney Kevin Murphy, almost 5 years ago.
Overview of International Franchising More than 400 U.S. companies operate franchises in foreign markets. It is a strategic way to add revenue sources and grow markets. Some of the larger... more
Written by attorney Elmer Young, over 4 years ago.
You have had a conference with an attorney who says he can handle your case. You have discussed the facts, good and bad, and he says: "Are you ready to get started?" That phrase is as old... more
Written by attorney T. Michael Flinn, over 4 years ago.
The Real Story Behind Carfax The Real Story behind Carfax
Dealers often use Carfax as a tool to reassure consumers that the car they are purchasing does not have a negative history.... more
Written by attorney Clay Butler, over 5 years ago.
Four Corners Rule Explained Basically, the "Four Corners Rule" means literally that the language inside the four corners of the contract will control the outcome of the dispute and outside... more
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 6 years ago.
A purchase contract, also known as a sales contract, states the price, terms, and conditions for the sale of a particular product. Purchase contracts vary in form and content depending on... more
Written by attorney John Knobelsdorf, over 1 year ago.
TEXAS SALES TAX EXEMPTION
FOR HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS- Consider the Economics From Becoming Tax-Exempt - The Internal Revenue Code sub-section that applies is: 501(c)(4). It refers... more
Written by attorney Amanda Cook, over 1 year ago.
As the 2007 burst of the real estate bubble continues to depress home values and the job market continues to be bleak, many people are considering a short sale or foreclosure to get out... more
Written by attorney Michael DeBlis, 3 months ago.
The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), instituted by the IRS, is an opportunity to allow people to share their "hidden" overseas assets without getting into too much trouble. But... more
Written by attorney Ike Z Devji, over 2 years ago.
Asset Protection is increasingly broadening in what people want from it, its not just about litigation and must include an analysis of ALL risks to our clients wealth including those posed... more