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Conducting business on an international scale is never a simple endeavor. There are multiple legal matters to consider and a variety of regulations to be covered.
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Starting a small or mid-sized business seems like it has enough pitfalls, and then the LLC or incorporation form demands a "registered agent" and a "business address." For the business owner not well versed in legal jargon, these terms are strangely opaque. What is a "registered agent"? Isn't the "business address" where the business gets its mail? Not necessarily, but there is an easy way to learn the difference.
A contract represents a legally binding mutual agreement by both parties that can be enforced under the law. However, there are numerous situations where a contract can be declared void hence rendering it invalid. Below are the various types of exemptions that can void a contract.
Properly closing out business in California is not merely a matter of dividing the last profits and locking the doors. To properly dissolve a registered company in California, whether a limited liability corporation, a C- or S-Corp, or even a general partnership, requires several steps, some required by statute, and all essential to avoiding issues with creditors and the tax office.