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Demand for Corporation Books and Records

June 12, 2019

As a general rule, corporations and their boards are subject to scrutiny by their shareholders. One of the ways that stakeholders can review and scrutinize a corporation is through a demand for corporation books and records, also known as inspection rights. These rights allow a …

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Corporate Dissolution Explained

June 2019

Opening a business is one of the most exciting and challenging experiences of an entrepreneur’s life, but closing a business often comes with very different emotions. For many, the choice to dissolve a company happens because of new job opportunities, retirement, or other exciting new …

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Commercial Leases: What Business Tenants in California Need To Know

June 2019

A business tenant in California owns the business but not the building out of which they operate. This is the case for the vast majority of businesses in California and around the country. As a tenant of a larger commercial landlord, there are a number …

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What to do with crazy?

June 2019

What to do with crazy? A potential client bought a house. Later her boyfriend lost his job so started working on the house. They talked about him getting some “equity”. The project spiraled out of control and, no surprise, they broke up. He has now …

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Then there are those crazy potential clients who call and argue with you

June 2019

Then there are those crazy potential clients who call and argue with you. Lady owns land subject to a non-exclusive easement–or she has the easement–she’s not sure. She wants to file a temporary restraining order against her neighbors and have the judge rule that she …

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Right of First Refusal in California Leases

June 2019

Right of First Refusal in California Leases. It must be set forth in the contract and even then only arises if the owner decides to sell. But if the owner decides to sell and gets a bona fide offer from a 3rd party, the right …

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Potential clients wanted to get out of a purchase contract because there was a 5G cell transmitter on a nearby telephone pole

June 2019

Potential clients wanted to get out of a purchase contract because there was a 5G cell transmitter on a nearby telephone pole. They had waived their contingencies but insisted that Seller failed to disclose the transmitter. The question is: What do you need to disclose? …

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