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Public Filings Can Avoid Apparent Authority Problems

By David Toback |

Businesses that have employees usually delegate to those employees certain tasks and responsibilities. In many cases, employees need to speak on behalf of the company in order to carry out daily business functions. But not every employee is authorized to do everything for the corporation. For example, an employee may have the right to… Read More »

Don’t Buy a Previous Business’ Liabilities

By David Toback |

So you just bought a business. This is a very exciting time. You purchased assets, customer lists, property, perhaps a name and a logo, and all the other items that make your purchase a good one. Because you purchased an already existing business, you don’t have to start from scratch—your business has a name,… Read More »

Landlords Should Understand Tenant Transfer Provisions in Commercial Leases

By David Toback |

If you own commercial property or other property where there are multiple tenants, you may be faced with the question of how to deal with tenants wanting to get out of their lease by transferring some or all of their rights in the lease to other people or businesses. Whether to allow these transfers… Read More »

The Benefits of a 1031 Tax Exchange

By David Toback |

In this recovering economy, real property can be a good investment. Whether your business is in real estate investing, or your business has nothing to do with real estate, but owns real estate that it operates from, as time goes by, the value of your property is likely to increase. Taxes Can Hurt And… Read More »

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