Keeping California’s environment clean and safe is a feat that we should all strive to accomplish. To help people, and especially businesses, achieve that, laws have been put into place to protect air and water resources and some land as well. If you are running a business, you need to be aware of the state and federal environmental laws that will affect you. An environmental lawyer can help with that.
Business partnerships come to an end for a variety of reasons. Sometimes the conclusion of a partnership comes naturally after a project or goal has been fulfilled, for example. But other times, the ending and dissolution of a business is more complicated. Such can be true when partners disagree on operations and goals, when it’s decided that a partnership is no longer the best model for the business, or when an unexpected death of one of the partners occurs.
As a business owner, you generally want to avoid lawsuits as much as possible in order to save your company time, money, and unnecessary stress. That being said, there are times in which filing a lawsuit is not only necessary but paramount to settling a dispute and protecting your business.
When it comes to breaches of contract, the amount of time you have to sue (that is, the “statute of limitations”) depends on whether the contract was made verbally or in writing. In California: Written contracts have a four-year statute of limitations while. Oral contracts have a two-year statute of limitations.
Not seeing eye to eye with your homeowners association? Explore this article for helpful hints from an experienced Orange County real estate attorney.
Finding the right property for your business is a painstaking endeavor — one that becomes incredibly rewarding once you’ve gotten that perfect piece of real estate up and running. That is, assuming everything goes according to plan.
California real estate law requires sellers to disclose property issues before you buy. Discover your rights if you found a property defect post-purchase.