Using preprinted contracts may not be good for business

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in contracts on Tuesday, August 20, 2019. Running a successful small business is not easy, which is why many California business owners often look for ways they can save time and money. One way they may do this is by using preprinted contracts when negotiating and formalizing business transactions. Simply printing off a pre-made contract seems like a good idea, but in reality, it may not be the best choice. In simple and straightforward transactions or in situations where two familiar parties are repeating the same transaction again, a pre-made contract could work. Sometimes, all that is necessary is a simple explanation of the rights, expectations and benefits of both parties. In these cases,

2019-10-30T14:22:45+00:00August 20th, 2019|

Moving cautiously and carefully in the business formation stage

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in business formation on Monday, August 5, 2019. Starting a business in California is an exciting process, but it is also an expensive and legally complex endeavor. There are important decisions to make during this process that will impact the operations of a business for years to come. There are a few significant things that an owner would be wise to consider during the business formation stage that will help him or her avoid problems and lay the foundation for a strong future. Choosing a business entity is one of the most important choices that a business owner will make during this process. This is structure for the company that will affect things such

2019-10-30T14:40:02+00:00August 5th, 2019|

What a commercial landlord can not do when evicting a tenant

On behalf of Thaler Law on Thursday, August 1, 2019. A tenant that doesn’t pay rent or ignores terms of the lease can be very frustrating for a landlord. Not only might it mean a significant blow to their income, but it can even affect the overall health of the property. There is a way to evict a commercial tenant, but it requires landlords to follow a clearly defined legal process, with specific dos and don’ts. The California eviction process If a landlord wants to evict a commercial tenant, they must follow a strict process. First, a landlord has to issue the tenant a three-day notice explaining the problem – a lease violation for example, or overdue rent – as

2019-10-30T14:45:05+00:00August 1st, 2019|