Arizona Business and Commercial Law
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Arizona Business and Commercial Law provides comparative analysis of the elements, advantages, and disadvantages of the most commonly used business entities, including professional corporations, nonprofits, limited liability companies, professional LLCs, partnerships, limited partnerships, close corporations, business development corporations, fraternal, and benevolent societies and franchises.
The treatise sets forth the requirements of the Arizona Revised Statutes from formation to dissolution in a well-organized, easy-to-follow structure.
Chapters 8 through 10 of Arizona Business and Commercial Law discusses the current statutory framework governing commercial law in Arizona, key definitions and concepts, fundamental concepts of secured transactions, sale of goods and formation of contract. While Arizona commercial law generally conforms to the UCC, the treatise takes pains to discuss important differences.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Overview: Business Organization in Arizona
Chapter 2 - Corporations
Chapter 3 - Foreign Corporations
Chapter 4 - Other Types of Corporations, Associations & Societies
Chapter 5 - Limited Liability Companies
Chapter 6 - Limited Partnerships
Chapter 7 - Mergers, Interest Exchanges, Conversions, Domestications and Divisions
Chapter 8 - Arizona Commercial Law
Chapter 9 - Sales
Chapter 10 - Secured Transactions
Chapter 11 - Franchise and Business Opportunity Laws