Special business forms are businesses that have characteristics of different types of typical businesses. For example, a special business form may have characteristics of a corporation and partnership. This is why such businesses are given a special category.
The characteristics of a corporation, partnership, or other typical business forms are often mixed together when a special business form is created. This can cause legal confusion because you may be unsure as to which laws apply. An experienced attorney can inform you of your rights and defenses for a particular business form. An attorney can advise you on complex issues and help resolve any dispute you may have.
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