Legal Advice for “Sale of Business” — 129 results
Written by attorney Krysia Nelson, about 3 years ago.
The Number 1 Biggest Myth in the horse industry: Every horse is sold “AS IS.” When a horse is sold “AS IS,” the principle “buyer beware” applies. This means the buyer is under a duty to... more
Written by attorney Shawn Jackson, about 3 years ago.
Business law attorneys can help you with every aspect of highly diverse businessdevelopmentincluding business formation and organization, business negotiations, business planning,... more
Written by attorney Barry Gartenberg, over 3 years ago.
Sale vs. Dissolution Rather than selling the company, a business owner could, of course, wind-up and dissolve the company. However, in doing so, the business owner will not be able to... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, over 3 years ago.
Texas Sales Tax Procedure Sales tax audits in Texas can be generated from leads obtained while performing audits of other taxpayers, from reports required by Texas HB 11, newspaper... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, over 3 years ago.
Understand the Value of Your Business This may sound simple, but you don't want to sell too low. With the internet, a vast amount of helpful information can be obtained at little or no... more
Written by attorney Peter Jay Wilke, over 3 years ago.
Alot of money is raised every year by independent entertainment product producers utilizing salespersonnel who are not licensed securities broker/dealers or licensed securities sales... more
Written by attorney Thomas H Gimer, almost 4 years ago.
There are several ways to value a business. here are a few of the most popular:
Comps. True comparables in the context of business sales are tough to
find, but when they do exist they... more
Written by attorney Shane C Carew, over 3 years ago.
VESSEL ARREST AND SALE
DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
A vessel arrest means the detention of a ship to secure a maritime
lien or preferred ship mortgage. A vessel seizure,... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Connor, over 3 years ago.
Advice on Legal Formation of a Business - Choosing a Type of Entity Structure The typical business is set up as a sole proprietorship, corporation or limited liability company. What... more
Written by attorney Alejandro Valderrabano, over 1 year ago.
In Puerto Rico services rendered to another person are subject to the sales and use tax. That is unless an exception applies, such as the business to business exemption, AKA the B to B... more