Business Law

Protect your Real Property, Part 4: LLC’s & Insurance

The following discussion is the fourth and final in a four-part series dedicated to explaining some of the options available to landlords and business owners when it comes to protecting real property investments. The first discussion in this series addressed the use of a limited-liability company (“LLC”) to protect real property investments (and can be found here), the second addressed the use of a corporation (available here), and the third addressed the use of liability insurance (available here). This final discussion will focus on detailing a balanced approach to protecting real property investments in order to shield them from potential liabilities.

Part 3: Do I need an LLC if I have Insurance?

The following discussion is the third in a four-part series dedicated to explaining some of the options available to landlords and business owners when it comes to protecting real property investments. The first discussion in this series addressed the use of a limited-liability company (“LLC”) to protect real property investments (and can be found here), while the second addressed the use of a corporation (available here). This third discussion will address some benefits of using liability insurance to protect real property investments instead of forming a holding company. 

Piercing The Corporate Veil, Part 2: Why Does It Happen?

This is the second in a two-part series focusing on the legal concept of the “Corporate Veil,” with this second part addressing situations when a court of law will “pierce” the corporate veil. The first part in the series defined the corporate veil and explained how it serves to protect the shareholders’ personal assets.

What Is The Corporate Veil?

This is the first in a two-part series that will focus on the legal concept of the “Corporate Veil,” with this first part defining the concept and explaining how it applies to your business. The second part will go in-depth and explain what it means for your company’s corporate veil to be “pierced” by a court of law such that the shareholders’ asset protection is compromised.

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