Dictionary of Legal Terms
What does Free on Board (F.O.B.) mean?
"Free On Board" or "F.O.B." is a term in commercial law specifying the point when respective obligations, costs, and risk involved in the delivery of goods shift from the seller to the buyer.
Joint Ventures v. Partnerships: Differences Business Owners Need to Know
While both partnerships and joint ventures involve multiple enterprises coming together for a common goal, there are key differences to consider.July 9, 2019
Can You Sublet A Commercial Lease?
For commercial renters, subletting their rental unit can be a profitable way to maximize their usable space, but be wary of some of the common pitfalls.June 18, 2019
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