My company is incorporated in Delaware and I have applied for registration in maryland as foreign entity. I want to issue shares to myself. I have appointed myself as CEO and Secretary. Do I need witness to issue shares to myself ?
Consult a lawyer. You can issue stock on behalf of the company as the director or officer, to yourself, by use of a bill of sale or stock subscription agreement. You need to check your articles of incorporation and any stockholder's agreement, by-laws, etc., to confirm how many shares of...Read more »
I have a unique case under my belt. Perhaps you've worked with people in a similar situation before, but I'm an A2 visa holder (under my father's contract) and I'm looking to purchase an online E-commerce business that has gone for sale for $4 million. It's an extremely... Read more »
A vending machine license is not required if the following items are offered for sale:
Cigarettes - (Special laws govern the sales of cigarettes through a vending machine. For more information, contact the State License Bureau or the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county in which the...Read more »
You do not need to establish a business to self publish a book, but there are several advantages to to doing so. For instance, you can deduct businesses expenses you may have incurred in making your book from your tax liability.
Sole proprietorships, partnerships, and LLCs each have...Read more »
The filing fees are listed on the SDAT website, and the amount depends on whether you mail the filings in (which can take two to four weeks to get filed that way) or by electronic filing over the internet portal, which happens within a day. The fee doubles to do the internet portal filing. Legal...Read more »
My dentist office continuously provided procedures under the pretense that they would be covered by my insurance. I have now discovered that I hit my spending limit, despite asking the office multiple times if I was coming up on it. They are now holding me accountable for out of pocket costs that I... Read more »
Unless you can show a knowing and intentional act on the part of the dental office to fraudulently trick you into dental services they knew were not covered by your insurance plan, and you clearly and unequivocally communicated to them that you would only accept the procedures if they confirmed...Read more »
Until the tenant exercises the option to buy, and converts the lease into a sales contract, the tenant remains a tenant and the owner remains a landlord, and the remedies for breach are governed by the landlord tenant laws. There may even be a gray area between exercise of the option and actually...Read more »
Ship chandler is a term that's used more loosely than traditional seagoing slots for which licensing credentialing is clear, such as second engineer for first officer. If the employer has any kind of requirement to maintain merchant marine credentialing, information on seagoing credentialing...Read more »
I am a freelance model , I post most of my work on my social media accounts and run that as my business page as well . For years small brands and large cooperations use and manipulate my images into business logos , promotional marketing and evening jewelry and interior design products . Can I... Read more »
You need to retain local counsel to set up the right corporate entities for you, then have an intellectual property attorney set up the appropriate protections for you. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY WHO IS LICENSED IN YOUR STATE FOR LEGAL ADVICE. This is merely...Read more »
“Under the doctrine of ‘patent exhaustion,’” United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., wrote in a 2017 decision, “once a patent holder sells an item, it can no longer control the item through the patent laws.... The purchaser and all subsequent owners are free to use...Read more »
You can only request attorney's fees if (1) it's specifically provided for in the contract; or (2) there is a statutory cause of action that provides for a claim of attorney's fees. So, it sounds as though you do not have a contractual basis. However, perhaps there is a statutory...Read more »
I sold a computer to a pawnshop that said AT MOST they could sell it for 1200, so they gave me 650. I just saw the computer listed, and sold by them, for 2200. They deliberately lied to me, and undervalued my product.
You do not have a claim for this. The buyer/pawn shop has no duty to tell the truth about what they believe the value of your property is worth. As the owner and seller, you should know or be capable of researching the fair market value of your property before you sell it. Also, pawn shops are...Read more »
Who owns the company? If you are majority or sole owner, you can vote a new board of directors and install new officers, or if you are president and are not directly constrained by the by-laws or shareholders agreement from doing so you can fire the Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer or any...Read more »
You're going to need a lawyer in Tennessee, where the seller and horse are located. You, or your principal, may be bound to the purchase of the horse. Why as the agent you took it upon yourself to reimburse out of your own pocket the buyer's money, after the seller had received the...Read more »
Then likely it is not a close corporation. You can check SDAT entity filings, as the company should be designated as a close corporation, and the articles of incorporation are required to state that the company elects that status. If there is not a clear and unambiguous statement to that effect,...Read more »
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above or search for attorneys on your own. But many of the attorneys and organizations that offer pro bono services usually do it based on financial need in areas such as...Read more »
i sold business on monthly payment now buyer stop payment and close account. When i check my legal document I missing the" promissory note". In bill of sale and agreement it doesn't mention by CPA , when happens, if buyer refused to make a payment. CPA told me my only option is the... Read more »
You cannot sue for negligence. This is a breach of contract. You didn’t use a lawyer, apparently, for this transaction. If your CPA provided the sales contract for this transaction then he was engaged in the unauthorized practice of law, which is another matter altogether. Take your documents to...Read more »
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