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Plaintiff states while working for his business I (Took) money from his business
Want to put layers around residential property. Nothing in Wisc law says it can't be put into a business (LLC etc) before filing the HT-110, so it can be done. I'll buy out the other person that would get half of the value. No debts on the Estate. thx
I'm a Moroccan citizen and I’m willing to incorporate a LTD company in the UK using 1st formation platform, when you register they gave you:
-Ready to Trade Company (Limited by Shares)
-Email Copy of Certificate of Incorporation
-Email Copy of Memorandum &... Read more »
The car has alot of problems and cant pass smog. All i want is title or bill of sale so i can register it i can park on the street. As of right now im paying storage fees to have it parked
answered on Mar 27, 2023
I would report to Dept of Consumer Affairs.........and if they don't handle this, find out who controls licensing of car auctions.
you might also visit the city council to see if they can help.
i would like to have seen a letter memorializing all the facts sent to them with no response.
I was never allowed to be on payroll, told I was a 50% owner but never saw paperwork for that either. He said owners would get paid when we made a profit.
answered on Mar 25, 2023
No, you do not necessarily need partners when setting up a charity organization. While having partners or co-founders can be beneficial in terms of sharing the workload and combining resources and skills, it is not a requirement to start a charity organization.
However, it is important to... Read more »
my name is david I live in Lebanon I want to study in the US but I need to support myself by making an income, I started an Amazon FBA account earlier this month but it's connected to my American cousin's bank account and her passport and ID, I can't do that because it will cost me... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
All companies are required to obtain a California business license, no matter whether they have a physical storefront or just sell online.
answered on Mar 24, 2023
Yes, in California, most businesses, including online retail businesses, are required to have a business license. A business license is typically issued by the city or county where the business is located and serves as evidence that the business is permitted to operate in that location.... Read more »
I would like to start a "beer club" in my area where enthusiasts can meet up every month to sample and discuss beer. This would involve collecting a small fee for anybody who wants to meet up, just to cover costs, and whatever is left being saved for the following month. Would this have... Read more »
answered on Mar 24, 2023
In California, starting a beer tasting club may have legal and tax requirements, depending on how you structure the club and how you handle the fees collected.
If the beer club is simply a group of enthusiasts meeting to sample and discuss beer, with no formal organization or structure,... Read more »
There is a business that is claiming to be able to provide services to the disabled, and use photographs that elude to things, yet, they do not have the specialized training or skill set, license or diploma, or experience and have never done what they claim they can do/offer as a service on their... Read more »
What is it called when someone abandons their LLC business, which is deeply in debt and owes back taxes, to then have someone else open a new LLC for them and that new LLC offer the very same services? Is it legal? It is essentially a one person business and without that person the new business... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
More facts would be needed, but it is possible to pierce the corporate veil of the new company and go after the owner personally, or unwind the transfers of assets to the new company, under the theory of fraudulent conveyance, as well as violation of the Limited Liability Company Act that requires... Read more »
We have an LLC partnership incorporated in Delaware. It has 2 foreign partners in El Salvador, and 1 partner local to Virginia. Principal address of company is listed as the home of the partner in Virginia, mainly for ease of mailing inside the US. Income is all being generated outside the US... Read more »
I would like to buy products like water bottles from china and sell on Amazon . I would like to know, can i sell the product without any trade mark or with my trade mark that is already selling on Amazon under the brand name (trademark) by somebody else?
In other words, copycat is allowed... Read more »
another one of his clients
answered on Mar 19, 2023
It is legal to simply prepare a file the necessary legal forms, but it is illegal for the accountant to use or share any confidential or proprietary information of one client with another.
answered on Mar 17, 2023
Here’s one way, assuming the LLC is member managed:
NAME OF LLC
By its member, Name of Member
Your typed name
The idea is to make it clear that the member signs on behalf of the LLC and you sign on behalf of the member.
I need to form a partnership so I can expedite obtaining a municipal license, then I need the partnership to merge with or be purchased by an s corporation of which there is one shareholder. The partnership will have no assets, it’s just to save me three months waiting to fulfill a strange... Read more »
answered on Mar 17, 2023
There are many types of partnerships. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.
I know some basic information about legal things for businesses but not enough to make sure that we don't get into legal complications.
I was left with a large tax burden.
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