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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Voluntarist

United States

#48857 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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A business has to have a structure.
There is something called liability insurance. I know all of this is new to you, being that you are off the grid.
Right, which your business has but you dont. And it appears that you are the owner, not the corporation.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#48858 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Right, which your business has but you dont. And it appears that you are the owner, not the corporation.
I carry insurance. Thats what counts. I am not going to bother to reveal the exact structure of my employment, but it is clear that you are not familiar with professionals. I dont own a pawn shop.
Voluntarist

United States

#48859 Feb 8, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: depends if you incorperate as an llc(limited liability corperation). there are advantages to companies, partnership, propiatorship, and a corperation. and their are variations of each, that offer specific advantages and disadvantages.
I believe frijol has a c corp which normally gives you legal protections that the others dont.
Voluntarist

United States

#48860 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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I carry insurance. Thats what counts. I am not going to bother to reveal the exact structure of my employment, but it is clear that you are not familiar with professionals. I dont own a pawn shop.
If the tort claim is higher than your insurance guess who is responsible?

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#48861 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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I believe frijol has a c corp which normally gives you legal protections that the others dont.
I didnt mean to be snarky about not revealing my details. Its more an internet thing.

But as you probably are aware, there are several types of corps in CT, including one that is very very common and simple.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#48862 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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If the tort claim is higher than your insurance guess who is responsible?
technically speaking probably me. But I cant worry about everything, and I have other lines of defenses as well.

I doubt the tort claim would be higher. I have high insurance and dont do anything that really is high value.
Voluntarist

United States

#48863 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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I didnt mean to be snarky about not revealing my details. Its more an internet thing.
But as you probably are aware, there are several types of corps in CT, including one that is very very common and simple.
Well if you are an llc then there are just members.

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#48864 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Well if you are an llc then there are just members.
From the form itself:

a. Any individual who is a resident of Connecticut, including a manager or member of the LLC.
• An individual must provide the complete street address of his or her business and a Connecticut residence
address.
(If no business address, must state none).
Voluntarist

United States

#48865 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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From the form itself:
a. Any individual who is a resident of Connecticut, including a manager or member of the LLC.
• An individual must provide the complete street address of his or her business and a Connecticut residence
address.
(If no business address, must state none).
Ya but you mentioned a board of directors.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#48866 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Right, which your business has but you dont. And it appears that you are the owner, not the corporation.
rabbee: well actually a closed corperation, is technically an ownership/operatorship where one person owns 100% of the stock. and a closed llc, is technically a partnerships where each person owns any where from 51 to 100% of the stock of each segment of a company. each of which can be, associative or distributive or a mixture of both. which may be either, common of preferred stock.

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#48867 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Ya but you mentioned a board of directors.
I did. Shows you how much I even understand my structure. I didnt remember where I got my title from - it was from that form which I filled out a long long long time ago.

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#48868 Feb 8, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: well actually a closed corperation, is technically an ownership/operatorship where one person owns 100% of the stock. and a closed llc, is technically a partnerships where each person owns any where from 51 to 100% of the stock of each segment of a company. each of which can be, associative or distributive or a mixture of both. which may be either, common of preferred stock.
again, it depends on the state. In CT LLCs have no stock. AT least none than I know of. Maybe I owe myself something.
Eric

Schaumburg, IL

#48869 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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again, it depends on the state. In CT LLCs have no stock. AT least none than I know of. Maybe I owe myself something.
I love it when lay people talk law.

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#48870 Feb 8, 2013
Eric wrote:
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I love it when lay people talk law.
I was reading today how supposedly anything anyone needs to know anyway is posted on YouTube, so there is no reason to pay for any professional service anymore.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#48871 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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again, it depends on the state. In CT LLCs have no stock. AT least none than I know of. Maybe I owe myself something.
rabbee: well the requirements vary among the states, and around the world. and in some countries, they are not allowed. and the definition/rules of a llc, also varries thoroughout the world.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#48872 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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I was reading today how supposedly anything anyone needs to know anyway is posted on YouTube, so there is no reason to pay for any professional service anymore.
rabbee: well you can find all the legal papers necessary, on the judicial web sites. but there are always filing fees, for any legal documents. and can be from $150 to $450 for civil courts.

but it would still be best, to run it by an attorney. especially if you, do it yourself.

and the worst time in the world, to find out about the differences. is after you have already, lost a company through a divorce or in a lawsuit.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#48873 Feb 8, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: well you can find all the legal papers necessary, on the judicial web sites. but there are always filing fees, for any legal documents. and can be from $150 to $450 for civil courts.
but it would still be best, to run it by an attorney. especially if you, do it yourself.
and the worst time in the world, to find out about the differences. is after you have already, lost a company through a divorce or in a lawsuit.
You dont need an attorney in CT to file for you. You can file directly online in a matter of moments.

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#48874 Feb 8, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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and the worst time in the world, to find out about the differences. is after you have already, lost a company through a divorce or in a lawsuit.
The key is to have multiple lines of defense. The incorporation is only one line. And to know what the heck you are doing professionally and common sense wise.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#48875 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Where I live, Sichuan and Indian food is considered LOWER class.
I agree that most Indian and Sichuan food is pedestrian.

The Indian food served in most homes and restaurants is yuck and unhealthy.

Only aesthetes/gourmands and top notch professionals like Camellia Punjabi, Hemant Oberoi and Anand Solomon serve authentic Indian cuisine. I just returned a few hours ago from dinner at the luxe Hotel Renaissance run by the J W Marriot group and for a change we ordered Indian and were appalled by the food and I am now suffering from acidity.....Give me the Indian food offered by Govinda or Soam any day over what was given to us at the Lakeside Cafe, Renaissance. For great Indian food, try Camellia Punjabi's Chutney Mary and Ramaswamy restaurants in London or the Hiltl in Zurich (international vegetarian fare with a great Indian food selection). On the whole, I am not very much into Indian cuisine.

Among the Indians with a global outlook and the money to spend, international foods rank very high on their list of priorities.

All said and done, food should comprise a careful selection from world cuisine.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#48876 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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You dont need an attorney in CT to file for you. You can file directly online in a matter of moments.
rabbee: well you do not need an attorney, anywhere in the many states to file court papers. and you just can't file on line, without cvt training. you are required, to take some classes first. and there is also a fee, for filling on line also. nor can you access, your case docket without certified training. and your still going to have to pay court costs, for filling any civil papers.

filling on line, only gets thing started with court docket number and court date. and you still need to, show up for the hearing. which means you are going to need, to know a little bit about court procedure too. and althout most judges, will give you leeway in pro se litigations but not necessarily all. and also may be require, you to post a legal notice of intent in the media too.

and i still say, it is advisable to consult with an attorney. the advice from an attorney, could save you a lot of time, money and heartache. even if an attorney charges you,$150 to scan over your docs. it could save you, a lot more in the long run.

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