Whether you own a small business or have an idea for a small business, you will encounter many different issues involving questions of law over the life of the business. The formation of a business is a legal act. Businesses face issues of taxation and liability throughout their existence. The contract is the primary agreement by which most businesses conduct business. Contracts are legally binding. They may be written or oral. The enforceability of the contract is of primary importance in most businesses.
As businesses grow, they encounter issues with employees, vendors, and customers. Many of these issues involve questions of law. There may be an opportunity to expand by acquiring other businesses or to sell an existing business. Lines of business may be added or abandoned. These transactions involve questions of law. Land for business use may be acquired by lease or purchase. Land acquisition and use issues involve questions of law.
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Attorney Grundy offers advice to those who are thinking of creating a business, to those who have created a business and need help maintaining or growing it, and those who are shedding a business by sale, gift, or dissolution. Call today for an appointment to discuss your business idea, existing business, or business issue.