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October 2016 Archives

Conditions under which contracts may be void

Contract law is complicated, and there are several factors that are considered before contracts can hold up in court. If an agreement or promise has been made, you should always know if the law will enforce it. This gives you an upper hand in business and negotiations.

Things you should know about land use and zoning laws

Pieces of land are usually divided into different zones to make life easier for residents and businesses. Creating land zones makes it easier for municipal corporations to develop the area according to specific requirements. The areas are developed to make sure the people in different zones are provided with all the required facilities. Some prime examples of land zoning are industrial zones, residential zones and commercial zones. Each zone is optimized to make it an ideal location.

Disputes related to non-competition agreements

A non-competition agreement is a contract or clause in your contract that prohibits you from starting a business or profession that is a direct competitor of your current employer. Several companies ask their employees to sign these agreements in an attempt to protect their business and clients in case they are poached. A non-competition agreement usually keeps the company secrets safe, making sure they are not used against the company. These contracts are not appreciated by some courts because they could stand in the way of someone earning an honest living.

Acquiring venture capital for your real estate business

Commercial real estate is one of the largest business industries in the United States. When working in this business, people might require assistance or external funding to help expand their business. Sources of venture capital may be used to obtain these funds. Venture capital is a type of funding in which specialized firms provide funding in the hope of receiving a long-term capital gain. Receiving venture capital involves complicated negotiations, and there is a lot of give and take before a final agreement is reached. The venture capital company tries its best to get the best possible deal, which could benefit them in the future.

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