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The Practice of Business Law

Business Law is sometimes called mercantile law or commercial law and refers to the laws the govern the dealings between people and commercial matters. The practice of business law covers, any substantive areas and takes many forms.  The substantive areas of practice include contracts, tax, intellectual property (trademark, copyright, patent), entertainment, real property (real estate) […]

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Equitable Subrogation

Equitable Subrogation is a legal doctrine that allows a party that has made payments on behalf of another party to lay claim to the recovery of damages or funds from a third-party. Equitable subrogation is a legal concept that allows one party to replace another party when it comes to a legal right. Subrogation is […]

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Corporations

Corporations are an organization formed with state and government approval to act as an artificial person to carry on business, which can sue or be sued, and can issue shares of stock to raise funds with which to start a business or increase its capital. Corporations become separate legal entities from their owners, so liability […]

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Limited Partnerships

Limited Partnerships are a special type of partnership which is very common when people need funding for a business, or when they are putting together an investment in a real estate development. A limited partnership requires a written agreement between the business management, who are general partners, and all of the limited partners. Each limited […]

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Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is a form of business in which one person owns all the assets of the business in his or her name. A person who does business for himself and who does business without formally creating a separate business organization is engaged from that of the sole proprietor. Many small businesses operate as […]

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The Differences between Void and Voidable Contracts

When a contract is void, it cannot lead to enforcement by either party. This is a contract that is no longer useable. A contract is void when one party attempts to accomplish something that is either impossible or illegal in the state or country. If a person is not mentally competent because of an illness […]

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Breach Of Contract

A contract is written or spoken promise, or a series of promises, between two parties.  If one party fails to preform while the other party fulfills his or her duties under the contract, the preforming party is entitled to legal remedies for this contract breach. Business contracts are fundamental to the success of a company.  […]

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Brunei Impose Death By Stoning For Gay Sex And Adultery, And Amputations For Theft

Brunei Darussalam is a monarchy officially known as the Nation of Brunei, known as the Nation of Peace.  Brunei is a small state in South- East Asia on the north-west cost of the island of Borneo, in the Indonesia Archipelago.   Strict new laws were announced by the Sultan of Brunei, that will punish adultery […]

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PFAS Contamination Discovered In The Huron River

The do not eat advisory was issued back in August 2018 with in Oakland and Washtenaw counties. It will continue on the Huron River and a chain of lakes for the foreseeable future as new fish samples from Portage Lake, Baseline lake, Huron River, Kent Lake and Hubbell Pond in Oakland County, and Strawberry, Zukey, […]

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New Anti-Idling Law To Take Effect In Ann Arbor

On July 1, 2019, a new idling ordinance will go into effect in Ann Arbor.  The new ordinance states, airborne pollutants from engine emissions cause or aggravate pulmonary diseases, including asthma, lung cancer, bronchitis, acute respiratory infections, and emphysema. In addition to public health concerns, idling engines also impose economic cost, including wasted energy, consumption […]

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