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law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/north-carolina/ncedce/7:2013cv00023/127054/29

Polyquest, Incorporated v. Vestar Corp LLC, No. 7:2013cv00023 - Document 29 ( E.D.N.C. 2014) case opinion from the Eastern District of North Carolina U.S. ...

www.ncbusinesscourt.net/opinions/2016_NCBC_44.pdf

Real Estate, LLC, in which RCJJ was the sole member, and Do Good Real Estate Wilmington,. LLC, in which ..... Hardin v. KCS Int'l, Inc., 199 N.C. App. 687, 696, 682 S.E.2d 726,. 733 (2009). “A duty to .... Prescott, as a shareholder, officer and director of a close corporation, was ..... Polyquest, Inc. v. Vestar Corp., LLC, No.

www.ncbusinesscourt.net/opinions/2017_NCBC_63.pdf

they would form an “S” corporation with 500 shares of stock, with Bandy and ..... was not 'in or affecting commerce . . . '”); Polyquest, Inc. v. Vestar. Corp., LLC ...

caselaw.findlaw.com/us-9th-circuit/1234962.html

May 10, 2001 ... Case opinion for US 9th Circuit VESTAR DEVELOPMENT II LLC v. GENERAL ... GENERAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION, a corporation, Defendant-Appellee. .... App.2d 827, 831, 330 P.2d 98, 101 (1958); Forgeron Inc. v.

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At PolyQuest, our vision is to provide the most comprehensive, cost competitive portfolio of virgin prime and wide spec PET resins as well as recycled PET resins  ...

www.bizfilings.com/toolkit/research-topics/incorporating-your-business/comparing-company-types

Here are some things to consider if you're deciding whether to form an LLC, incorporate as an S corporation or C corporation, or file a DBA. Compare Business ...

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What's the difference between a limited liability company (LLC) and a corporation (Inc.)? And how is a C corporation different from an S corporation? Use these ...

ct.wolterskluwer.com/resource-center/articles/llc-vs-inc-which-initials-best-suit-your-business

Feb 10, 2016 ... “LLC or Inc?” What is the correct structure for your business? Is it an LLC (limited liability company) or is it a corporation (Inc.)? There is no ...