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Writ of Attachment in CA

Writ of Attachment in CA Writ of Attachment in California Writ of attachment is a prejudgment process. A court orders a seizure (the attachment) of property that is described in the writ. Once the property is seized, it is held in custody of an appointed
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Rights of Corporate Shareholders in California

Rights of Corporate Shareholders in California Rights of Corporate Shareholders in California The laws related to the rights of corporate shareholders have evolved and changed over time. Broader judicial and legislative efforts regarding Board of Directors, rights and responsibilities of shareholders regarding corporate information have been
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Dissolution Of An LLC

Dissolution Of An LLC Dissolution Of An LLC In order to dissolve a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in California, one must be knowledgeable of California Corporations Code Section 17707.01. The code helps us gain knowledge and foresight regarding the events that give rise to
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Limited Liability Partnership

Limited Liability Partnership  Limited Liability Partnership  A limited liability partnership is formed when a licensed professional wants to form a business surrounding their professional services. Professionals that form a limited liability partnership (LLPs) benefit from legal protections and services. In California, the only
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S Corporations

S Corporations S Corporations An S corporation, also known as an S subchapter, is a type of legal business entity that falls under specific Internal Revenue Code requirements. S Corporations can pass income, deducations, credits and losses directly to shareholders. S Corporations
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What is a Public Company?

What is a Public Company? What is a Public Company? When starting a business, one must be aware of what form it will be. Whatever legal entity a business takes will be its guiding force until its end: it will ultimately affect every decision made.
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Corporate Law

Limited Partnerships

Limited Partnerships Limited Partnerships Limited partnerships are a form of entity in California that offers limited partners limited liability to the extent of their investments. A limited partnership has a few downsides that should be considered. This article explores the essential elements
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Liquidated Damages

Liquidated Damages Liquidated Damages Damages incurred because of a breach of contract are defined as liquidated damages. In order to avoid liquidated damages, parties must determine what is viable in advance. In California, if liquidated damages do not have a reasonable relationship
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Private Placement Securities

Private Placement Securities Private Placement Securities Private placement securities are non-public offerings sold to a selected number of chosen investors. In most cases, these selected investors include institutional / accredited investors and friends and family. Private placement securities are an alternative to an
Posted in Corporate Law, Personal Law

Launching A Business with Prudence and Caution

Launching A Business with Prudence and Caution Launching A Business with Prudence and Caution Launching a business is no small feat. In an economy that continues to flux, it can be daunting for entrepreneurs to launch and then successfully manage a new business. Prudence and caution are
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Corporate Law