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Fantastic Tips for Starting Up An Online Business | Company and Commercial Company Blog - main image

For budding entrepreneurs there has never been a better time in history to start your own internet business.  The miracle of the internet allows those with the necessary courage, work-ethic and gumption, to set up shop without the crippling costs of finding, stocking and financing a physical premises. But the online revolution has offered start-up businesses much more than just removing the need for expensive premises.  Some of the many advantages of owning and operating an internet based business include: Low start up costs.  Depending on the type of online business you plan to operate, initial costs can start from as little as a few hundred pounds (the cost of […]

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How to Spot Fake Fine Art saracensArt

The Art Paris Art Fair, which kicks off at the end of March, is one of the leading spring events in the art world.  With around 145 exhibitions from over 20 countries, representing 2,200 artists and held in the Grand Palais, the event attracts an array of fans, including wealthy individuals with a refined knowledge of art from all over the world. Art fairs are one way to pick up a desirable piece of work directly from the artist.  The other primary driver of art sales is galleries.  High-end artwork, the kind that passes from one private collector to another, is mostly sold at auctions. With that said, as the […]

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Raising the Roof – Forfeiture of a Commercial Lease | Litigation shutterstock_770638-2-300x210

Raising the Roof – Forfeiture of a Commercial Lease | Litigation Imagine you are a tenant of a commercial property.  Business may be slow and you have fallen behind on your rent, but you know things will eventually pick up and you will settle your arrears.  You leave the premises unattended for a period of time to try and find a way to remedy the situation, only to return and find your landlord has changed the locks and effectively evicted you from your livelihood.  Surely they cannot take such drastic action against rent arrears, can they?

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