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Simon Says: Can a sale end a tenancy when a property is sold?

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After winning the lottery of twenty million Yuan, Jack decided that the first thing he would buy was a nice house downtown. He was tired of driving two hours to work every day. Jack had exactly in mind which flat he wanted, the manager, Bob’s hou... Read full article

Simon Says: Your right of refusal as a sitting tenant

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Jack is an owner of a fashion boutique in Pudong, Shanghai, selling his own signature brand hi fashion. As business has been going well, he understands a warehouse at convenient location is necessary, and he decides instead of renting the warehouse, ... Read full article

Simon Says: Free Shares, a Trap or a Windfall?

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Jack and Jill are the founders of a coffee shop, Starsucks. Jack owns 40% of the shares, while Jill holds the other 60%. The registered capital of the company was 1 million, but Jack and Jill only paid a hundred thousand as they obviously didn’t hav... Read full article

Simon Says: Why it is necessary to clear up debts after dissolving a limited company

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Jack and Jill opened a company with limited liabilities last year to offer on-line food ordering and delivery service via waimai.meituan.com. They didn’t specifically set it up to con their customers and no health certificate was granted and no physi... Read full article

Simon Says: What happens when the Legal Representative exceeds his authority?

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What happens when the Legal Representative exceeds his authority?... Read full article

Incorporating in China Doesn't Save You From Debt Incurred in China

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Most assume that incorporating your company will save you from losing more than your original investment. Find out in this weekly series of legal advice, why this isn't always the case in China and why you may still be liable for debts incurred.... Read full article

Simon Says: Is Legal Representative Status Inheritable?

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This is the fifth in a weekly series of legal advice provided in a short and entertaining story format. This week's areas of Interest: Company, Corporate Law This week's keywords: Business and Corporation Law, Laws of Corporation, Lega... Read full article

Simon Says: How to be a shareholder without paying a penny

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This is the fourth in a weekly series of legal advice provided in a short and entertaining story format. This week's areas of Interest: Company, Corporate or Contract Law This week's keywords: Business and Corporation Law, Laws of Corporation, S... Read full article

Simon Says: Does the Company Stamp Really Matter?

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This is the third in a weekly series of legal advice provided in a short and entertaining story format. This week's areas of Interest: Company, Corporate or Contract Law This week's keywords: Company Law, Legal Representative, Contract Does ... Read full article

Simon Says: How to Limit Your Investment Risk

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This is the second in a weekly series of legal advice provided in a short and entertaining story format. This week's areas of Interest: Contract Law, Investment Law This week's keywords: Partnership, Liability of Partners, Limited Partner, Li... Read full article

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