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The Importance of Shareholder Agreements for Corporations

When forming a corporation, you may be unsure how to face the amount of documentation you need to prepare to set your business in motion. These documents may include corporate bylaws, articles of incorporation, and shareholder agreements.
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Selling the Home Amidst a Divorce

Selling your home amidst a divorce is more than just a transaction. The memories attached to every corner of the house can make it difficult for both partners to let go. We get it. The whirlwind of emotions you are likely to experience when considering what to do with your marital home during a divorce can be too overwhelming.
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What to Do When the Appraisal Comes in Below the Sale Price

When you're near the end of a real estate transaction, an appraisal that isn't what you expected or hoped for can be disappointing or even frustrating. Whether you're a first-time homebuyer, an experienced investor, or venturing into the world of property selling, understanding the appraisal process is crucial in buying or selling your property.
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Understanding Connecticut’s Unfair Competition Law

Connecticut's Unfair Competition Law serves as a crucial safeguard for maintaining a level playing field in the business landscape of the state. Designed to protect both businesses and consumers, it prohibits deceptive business practices, fostering fairness and integrity in the marketplace.
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Is a Title Review Important in a Real Estate Transaction?

A title review plays a pivotal role in any real estate transaction and serves as the heartbeat of the due diligence process. This process confirms that the seller of the property is the owner and identifies possible issues with ownership.
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What You Need to Know About Tortious Interference

Healthy competition among businesses is permitted in Connecticut. Generally, this has show to help motivate businesses and drive them towards achieving their goals. At the same time, individuals and businesses must respect existing formal agreements, business, or contractual relationships between one company and the other.
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What Must a Seller Disclose About Property Defects?

Buying or selling a home is an exciting event. However, you’ll want to know what a seller must disclose about a home in either situation. If you’re selling a home, you could face legal action if you do not disclose property defects to a potential buyer.
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Alternative Dispute Resolution Options

When two or more parties or entities are involved in a business dispute, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options—such as mediation and arbitration—offer promising solutions to settle the issue. These ADR options allow the disputing parties to resolve the business disputes amicably without going to court. However, understanding the benefits, processes, and limitations of these alternative dispute resolution options is imperative to determine the right one to pursue.
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Connecticut Property Line and Fence Laws

There is an old saying that “good fences make good neighbors,” but that is only accurate if those fences are located where they should be. If they are constructed a little too far in either direction, they may become the frontline of battles, in and out of court.
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