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Contracts 101

A contract is nothing more than an agreement. Contracts can be verbal or written.  A contract should set forth the rights and responsibilities of the parties to the contract.  Simply put, who is going to do what.  Setting forth, in writing, your agreements is a vital exercise for the health of your business and your

limited liability operating agreement
Business Organization, Contracts/Agreements

Does my Limited Liability Company really need an Operating Agreement?

In order to be a viable Nevada Limited Liability Company (LLC) you need only file Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State. However, if there is more than one owner of the LLC, running your business without an Operating Agreement (OA) is like lying naked by your pool for the whole month of July

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