Business Law

Finding a Balance: Nevada’s Landlord Tenant Laws

Whether you are contemplating getting into the real estate market in order to make money from renting property or simply looking for a decent place to rent, it pays to learn more about Nevada’s landlord tenant laws. They are meant to find a balance between protecting the landlord and protecting the tenant, which is not necessarily always straightforward or easy. If you are a landlord already or are thinking of renting your property, it may be sensible to discuss your legal rights and responsibilities and possible renting.. [Read More…]

Applying for Copyright for Your Business in Nevada

Theoretically, you should not need to register an original item your business has created for copyright as the very act of creating something novel should be automatically protected by federal law. However, applying for copyright does provide you with greater protection as it means that there will be fewer attempts at infringement. Copyright protection may be useful if your business website or marketing material contains images, video, slogans or content that you think are unique and distinguish your business from any other. Whatever business you are in.. [Read More…]

Why You Should Take Out Commercial Title Insurance in Nevada

Title insurance is insurance against the chance that recognition of the title of property being bought is challenged by another party at some later stage. Title insurance can be obtained when acquiring either commercial or residential property. Generally, because of the much higher financial transactions involved in acquiring commercial property, title insurance is always recommended when purchasing this type of property. Nevada is an attractive state to acquire property because of its generous tax provisions, so commercial title insurance is a sensible precaution against the possibility of fraudulent.. [Read More…]

Top 5 Tips for Improving Your Credit After Bankruptcy

The process of getting out of debt is never simple yet for some individuals, filing personal bankruptcy is the only light at the end of the tunnel. Almost 1.1 million Americans filed bankruptcy in 2013, with the majority of cases entailing individuals seeking Chapter 7 relief. If you’re being harassed by debt collectors or you merely can not pay, this can be the only way to get some relief. The disadvantage is that once your case is complete your credit report looks very abysmal. Improving your credit.. [Read More…]

Are E-signatures Valid and Legally Binding for Business Communication?

Most people remember the time when business documents had to be printed off then manually signed in order to be considered legal. This took quite a lot of time as the signed document then either had to be sent by ordinary mail or courier or scanned and sent by email. Even the latter was questionable as a scanned signature was somehow regarded as less “official” than “real” signatures. That has now all changed and for most cases where a signature is required, a digital signature or.. [Read More…]