U.S. Enterprise Law: Forming Organizations

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    U.S. Enterprise Law: Forming Organizations

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    The following, miscellaneous information which may be helpful
    as an overview of various aspects of business law in the United
    States of America. Businesses requiring legal advice should contact
    an attorney. It might be helpful for the reader to first get a
    broad overview of organizations by reading

    Forms and Traditional Structures of U.S. Business Organizations

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    Overviews of Legal Forms of Organizations
    (include hybrid forms of organizations)

    Selecting Your Legal Form of Organization
    General Resources

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