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2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Business Formation and Business Law for California on
Q: I am about to become a reseller on Amazon FBA. Do I need a reseller's permit and do I need business' licence? Thank you!

I will be working from home (in California).

*license!

Mathew Auric
Mathew Auric answered on Nov 29, 2016

You will need a buisness license to transact buisness in california. You will need to get a reseller's permit if you want to buy products wholesale. There may be other licenses you need as well.

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2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Arizona on
Q: My cousin was killed in a car accident. Can I sue in his name?
Mathew Auric
Mathew Auric answered on Nov 29, 2016

Generally only the immediate family and estate of a deceased person can sue for wrongful death.

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3 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for California on
Q: If I was wearing high heels when I was injured on someone's property, will I be considered partially negligent

in a premises liability suit?

Mathew Auric
Mathew Auric answered on Nov 29, 2016

This is dependant on the facts and circumstances, I suggest discussing this with an attorney.

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1 Answer | Asked in Trademark for California on
Q: Hello, I opened a business in 2009. Registered it but did not file a trademark. Just recentlly

a company out of state called for me to remove my co name as it is similar. He filed trademark 2-2016. He owns since 2012 . Do I have rights to keep my company name? city did all including placing in newspaper few days when I registered it in 2009. My mistake was not filing a trademark. Do I have... Read more »

Mathew Auric
Mathew Auric answered on Nov 29, 2016

Generally if you have prior use then you have a right to continue that use. Here as you began using the name in commerce in 2009 and he did not until 2012 you could show prior use. However you may want to discuss your situation with an attorney.

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