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Sample Legal Document - Minutes of Action of Incorporator

The following document is a sample of the recorded minutes of an incorporator taken during the formation stage of a corporation. MINUTES OF ACTION OF INCORPORATOR TAKEN WITHOUT A MEETING BY WRITTEN CONSENT  The following action is…
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Sample Document | Minutes of Initial Meeting of Board of Directors

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MINUTES OF ACTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFGREGORY M. MASTERSON CONSTRUCTION, INC.,A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION. The director of the above corporation, Gregory Michael Masterson, pursuant to the bylaws of the Corporation hereby…
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Trademark Specimen - Requirements and Tips

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Trademark registrations require the applicant to demonstrate use of the proposed mark by showing a trademark specimen. A specimen is "a label, tag, or container for the goods, or a display associated with the goods. The Office may accept another…
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Legal Form | Credit Repair: Method of Verification Demand

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-This is a sample "MOV" or "method of verification" letter. It's an advanced tool in a consumer's credit repair arsenal. Before using it, you should read about Method of Verification.Experian701 Experian ParkwayAllen, TX 75013RE:…
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Method of Verification - Credit Repair Device

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At least one major credit repair website touts "Method of Verification" as a "secret credit repair tool." Well, not exactly. Method of Verification, or "MOV," refers to a statutory right that consumers enjoy to demand that a credit reporting…
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What Is an S Corporation?

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What Is an S Corporation? An S Corporation is a C Corporation that elects "Subchapter S" status. All S Corporations begin their lives as C Corporations; Corporations elect to change their status to S Corporations.The S Corporation Election…
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S Corporation Election

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How to Make the S Corporation Election All S Corporations begin their lives as C Corporations--no Secretary of State in the US makes a distinction between S Corporation and C Corporation. The S Corporation election is just that: an election.The…
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Types of Corporations

An unbiased guide to the different types of corporations, including C corporation, S corporation, close corporation, and professional corporation.
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What Is a Deficiency Judgement in a Foreclosure | Debt After Foreclosure

Will I Owe a Debt After Foreclosure? Well, let's begin with a different question: will I be sued after a foreclosure? Whether you can be sued after a foreclosure depends on whether your state is a deficiency state or an anti-deficiency…
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LLC Tax Advantages - LLC Advantages

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First, a definition. An LLC is a statutorily created form of business entity that combine features of both partnerships and corporations. For more information on the differences between these business entities, please read: Corporation vs. LLC…
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Federal Income Tax Brackets - Federal Tax Brackets

Federal Income Tax Brackets Federal Tax Brackets February 2008//////////// // Schedule X -- Single FilerIf taxable income is  over-- But not over-- The tax is:$0 $7,825 10% of the amount over $0$7,825 $31,850 $782.50…
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Small Claims Court | Statute of Limitations

All civil claims which arise in small claims court will be subject to some statute of limitations. A statute of limitations is a law that dictates the number of years in which a claim must be brought for liability to attach to a defendant. If…
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Small Claims Court: Researching the Likelihood of Recovery

Now you must turn to the question of whether a judgment can ever be collected from the defendant. If the defendant does not pay a judgment voluntarily, the plaintiff is then forced to resort to time-consuming collection efforts such as placing…
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Small Claims Court: Personal Jurisdiction

Personal jurisdiction refers to the ability and authority of a court in a state to have jurisdiction over the parties to a dispute. Personal jurisdiction operates on a state-by-state basis. So, if any court in the state has personal jurisdiction…