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Negotiating better commercial leases for startups

So you’re finally ready to move into to a dedicated real-world location for your growing startup. Nice! But missing that one crucial detail that changes everything is not something you want to find out after you sign a lease. With money on the line, not to mention the investment in location, it pays to ensure [...]

Legal Obligations of Registering a Business in Alberta

Congratulations! You’re going for it. Soon you will be your own boss. Once you have researched and perfected your business plan, you are ready to make your new business official. The first step is to register or incorporate your business. We have listed the complete process from start to finish for your convenience. So, let’s [...]

How do Canada’s New Mortgage Rules Impact Homebuyers?

By now, you’ve probably heard about the changes to Canada’s mortgage rules that came into effect on January 1, 2018. Due to the new qualification requirements these changes bring, they will have a significant impact on some people’s ability to afford and buy a home. Because many of Juriscorp’s clients are homebuyers looking for legal [...]

Buying a condo in Edmonton? Here’s what you need to know first.

Buying a condo is a lot different than buying a house. Because you are buying part of a shared property, there are more rules and regulations that apply to condo owners than traditional homeowners. For this reason, even those who have experience in home buying may not fully understand the various legalities involved in purchasing [...]

Six Things to Consider when Signing a Commercial Lease

Often small business owners or those looking to start a small business will lease commercial property on which to run their business. Commercial property leases are legally binding contracts between tenants and landlords that allow the tenant to use the property to run a business for a set time period. […]

Want to Buy a Franchise? Here are 6 Things You Should Consider

With the increasing use of technology in industries, midlevel employees are slowly being replaced with computers. With this reality, many middle-aged people are looking for a second chance at their careers, a “do over” if you will. What’s attracting several of these individuals is the prospect of owning a well-known franchise. […]

Corporate Dentistry: An Alternative to Individually-Owned Practices

Corporate dentistry is a competitor of private dental practices. Often serving hundreds of patients, dental service organizations have several practices in different locations that operate under the same brand. Compared to private practices, they allow dentists to focus more on treating patients. Your Corporate Dentistry Questions Answered Corporate dentistry is a growing trend where a [...]

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