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If you intend to start a business within the City of Las Vegas you are going to need a business license. Here’s a look at what you will need to do to get yours.
If you need help with the business license application process, or for any other issue related to your new business, consulting with an experienced business attorney is always highly recommended.
Decide Where Your Business Will Be Located
The specific location of your primary place of business determines the jurisdiction where you will obtain your business license. There are six jurisdictions within Clark County -- the City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, the City of Henderson, Boulder City, the City of Mesquite, and Unincorporated Clark County. Keep in mind that there are many areas of Las Vegas valley with Las Vegas mailing addresses that are not located in the City of Las Vegas jurisdiction. Clark County provides this
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Form a Nevada LLC: Everything You Need to Know
To form an LLC in Nevada, you must first choose an appropriate name for your business. Your name must have the words "Limited-Liability Company," "Limited Company," "Limited Liability Company" or "Limited". You could also use an abbreviation instead, such as "Ltd.," "L.L.C.," "LLC," or "LC". Company can also be abbreviated as Co.
Make Sure Your Name is Available
The name of your LLC must be different from any other business in the State of Nevada. To find out if your name is available for use, check with the Nevada Secretary of State Online Database. Once you find a name you can use, you can file the Name Reservation Request Form with the Secretary of State. You can do this by mail, or on the Nevada Secretary of State's website. The fee to fil
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What Is a Condition Subsequent?
A condition subsequent (CS) is an exit clause from an existing contract. The agreement between parties includes language that frees one of them from the deal. This happens when a conditional outcome occurs. A CS relieves a party of all obligations.
What's the Purpose of a Condition Subsequent?
Think of a condition subsequent as an escape clause. It ends a party's contractual obligation. In contracts, all involved parties have certain responsibilities. The CS gives one party the ability to walk away from the promise to perform a duty.
A CS is a kind of insurance for one or more parties. It makes sure that one of the groups in the contract can leave when certain conditions are met.
Think of a contract as a series of promises. Everyone who signs the agreement must keep their promises. Sometimes, a
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To start a business in Alaska, you will likely need a state business license. It is also possible that you will need to obtain additional local business licenses and/or permits, depending on your business’s type and location. Here’s a look at what you need to know about business licenses in Alaska.
Remember, it’s always a good idea to consult with an experienced business attorney or other expert if you have any questions or concerns about the business licensing process, or any other issues related to your business.
Before Applying for Your License
There are a number of issues to deal with before you will be ready to apply for your state business license:
Select Your Business Structure: Business structure refers to the type of entity you wish to form. Common entity types recognized in Alaska include: sole proprietorship; partnership; limited partnership; limited liability partnership (LLP); lim
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How to Start a Nonprofit Organization
Learn how to start a nonprofit organization by first understanding what it is exactly. Nonprofit organizations invest profits back into the organization rather than distributing profits to the business owner. There are four main types of nonprofit organizations:
- Trade associations. These are organized to serve the interests of a specific trade or profession.
- Charitable organizations. Charitable organizations serve a public purpose. These include organizations dedicated to remedying a social problem or promoting some social good. Museums, libraries, educational institutions, environmental groups, and outreach groups are examples of charitable organizations. Charitable organizations can also include religious groups.
- Social clubs. Fraternal organizations and country clubs can often classify as nonprofit organizations.