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Are you relocating your business, or thinking about it? If so, then you're going to need a few legal tips before you make your move.
There are many reasons why small business owners make the decision to move. Maybe you're looking to expand, or maybe it's simply because your lease has expired and you've found a nicer space in a more ideal location.
Whatever your reasons may be, you'll want to keep this legal checklist handy before you relocate your business. Here are the five practical tips you'll want to consider:
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So remember, while moving is always tough work, being legally prepared can make your business' relocation much easier.
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