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August 2019 Archives

How can I ensure I'm not illegally evicting a tenant?

Real estate in California is expensive. Whether residents plan to buy or rent, they have to come up with a lot of money to make it happen. Not surprisingly, many landlords in California often find that tenants cannot make the rent. Sometimes this is temporary, due to medical bills, a car accident or losing their jobs. However, when it becomes regular or a tenant lapses for months on end, you may feel compelled to take legal action via an eviction.

When is a confidentiality agreement necessary?

An important part of managing your California company is protecting its assets and proprietary information. However, business transactions and other circumstances may require you to share some data with other businesses, organizations or individuals. In these situations, you may want to create a confidentiality agreement for the other parties to sign. This document, also known as a nondisclosure agreement, may help ensure your company's sensitive information remains secure.

Making your first million via commercial real estate

California has one of the strongest and most expensive real estate markets in the country. When it comes to commercial real estate, the opportunity to provide office spaces for tech companies and household names could help even small investors grow to millionaire status with time, dedication and the right opportunities.

How do you dissolve a business entity?

No matter what size your California business is, you may reach a point when it is time to end its legal status and move on. There are specific steps you need to follow and forms you must file to dissolve your business entity. Following the state's instructions carefully may help you complete the process quickly and avoid involvement with fraudulent organizations disguised as providers of legal assistance.


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