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Business and Commercial Law


Business and Commercial Law

If you find yourself in any of these situations, consider consulting Iven K.S. Tse for his advice on any of these issues:

  • Thinking of starting your own business?
  • Wondering if you need to incorporate a company or not?
  • Incorporating but need help in creating an adequate share structure?
  • Trying to decipher the terms of a lease required by a landlord in a potential office or retail space?
  • Considering renting or leasing out your office or retail space?
  • Needing to find out if a potential tenant is a credit risk?
  • Wanting to make sure your financial loan to a person or business is safe and secure?
  • Need to borrow money from a bank or a private lender but their demands for collateral are extreme?
  • Considering taking on a partner at your business or company and needing advice?
  • Received a Disclosure Statement from a Franchisor and wondering what it means?
  • Received a wrongful termination claim or an anti-competition injunction application?

Iven K.S. Tse has been providing practical and effective legal advice for business clients for over ten years, with clients representing a full range of unique business circumstances: small businesses such as restaurants, hair salons, bookstores, and health care providers; professional businesses such as dentists, doctors, and pharmacists; and international or national businesses involved in shipbuilding, real estate investments, cosmetics manufacturing, import and export, textiles, and more.

We believe that each business problem or venture requires a unique solution or approach, and Iven K.S. Tse has successfully guided and advised clients on nearly every facet of a business venture. Whether you are a first time business owner, or thinking of expanding your business and company into new markets or locations, or if you are a landlord or a potential tenant, Iven K.S. Tse can take care of your legal needs so that you can focus on taking care of your business.




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