What are the legal requirements of a corporating business?
At the most very basic lever, you can form a corporation by filing Articles of Incorporation with the appropriate state agency. You then need to adopt bylaws and you will also need shareholders to invest in the corporation and elected a board of directors. The board of directors then elects the officers who run the day-to-day operations. In forming a corporation, specific filings must be made with the State and certain corporate formalities must be maintained in order to preserve the corporate status and limited liability of the corporation. There are important tax and legal questions and should only be answered by qualified professionals.
When you started a business you were certified to train individuals Do you have legal recourse if they change the requirements for certification. I have been training for5 years and have built abase.?
If the certification requirements have changed, you need to change the way you train people. If by "legal recourse" you are of the mind that you should be allowed to improperly train people, by not training them to meet the current requirements, no, you have no legal recourse. Meet the new standards or go out of business.
Depends on the type of business as well as the country you are wanting to open in. Most countries have different legal requirements in order to form a company. Besides the legal requirements you need: A business plan A product A market for the product (demand) A method to deliver the product to the consumer (or a shop where the consumer will buy the product) A marketing strategy An amount of finance to start the…
There are typically no legal requirements except for that you must provide true and correct information on the card and be the person represented. In terms of size, standard size is 2 inches by 3.5 inches (so that it fits into wallets and most card holders) however many non-conventional designers will push these restrictions to make a statement when designing business cards. You should check with the printer before designing them yourself for further requirements.
The educational requirements of obtaining a job as a legal secretary are: an NVQ/SVQ (level 3 &4) in Business and Administration, OCR Higher Diploma in Administrative and Secretarial Procedures. The aforementioned qualifications are essential and once these have been obtained the individual can specialize with the following courses: legal secretaries diploma and the City & Guilds/ILEX level 3 certificate for legal secretaries.
Legal and regulatory requirements vary from state to state and country to country. It is just like starting any business, and will require (1) capital (money); (2) knowledge of the industry; (3) the proper permits and licenses (state approval in some cases); and with this business (4) a physical place of operations.