While the failure to file the required Annual Report with the Division of Corporations will lead to administrative dissolution of the corporation, failure to keep at least Annual Minutes is a little less cut and dried. Annual Minutes are not required to be filed with the Division of Corporations. There is no penalty for failure […]
Have you ever had the need for a Florida Power of Attorney? If you have lately then know that effective October 1, 2011, new requirements provided by the Florida Power of Attorney Act must be satisfied. Changes to existing law are not retroactive so if you have a Power of Attorney from before October 1, […]
There are times when a business or corporation must keep trade secrets and other confidential information secure even while not necessarily ever doing business with whom they are considering. Many of my clients face this chicken and egg question which I assist with in my capacity as their Business Lawyer Clearwater FL. Without a Confidentiality […]
This Commercial Lease provision addresses insurance required by the landlord or his Real Estate Lawyer when Renting Commercial Properties. The amounts of insurance may vary depending on whether you rent retail, office, industrial, or warehouse space.
Insurance provisions in Commercial Lease Agreements typically include that: the insurance policy and company is subject to the landlord’s approval; […]