Month: January 2013

The Signing Of A Lease Of Offices

The signing of a lease of offices negotiates the best conditions to rent an Office. Before you negotiate the terms of a lease of offices, make a list of the benefits that would bring this to your business. For example, if you are going to open a jewelry store at a mall, the contract must stipulate that there should be no other jewelry on the same floor, at least during the time that you’re there. Think about your income needs at this point you can think in a rental contract in the short term that will allow you the flexibility to go away soon if it is that you you do not agree with something. A lease of offices long term can give you some stability and maintain income down increases. However, you should think again because you could tie you to a location that is not profitable. In general, you can breaking a lease in several ways, but it seeks to avoid from the outset.

Wary of assignment of the lease clauses is particularly cautious as regards the terms of transfer, therefore, on some occasions a change in more than 50% participation in the capital of the company shall be considered haraam. The terms of transfer may not give rise to the owner complete a lease agreement favourably. As the company grows and people to make new investments, this clause may be accidentally activated. Always avoid personal guarantees of lease and where possible some owners may insist on a personal guarantee if you’re a company. Trying to avoid this situation, because you put your staff, as well as to companies and your assets at risk. Limit of the basis of the IPC – increments of income sometimes, owners of offices insist on annual increases, but in this case you have to do two things: to) trying to get organized to have increases in two years.

(b) trafficking in negotiate a limit to the increase in each year. Don’t let a permitted use clause you limit if your contract includes a clause permitted use, it comes to enlarge it up to where it can. While perhaps grow your business, your plans can change and you require more flexibility to use space in a reasonable and legal way. With information: source: press release sent by ofirent1.

Latin America

The hydroponic Green fodder (FVH) is a technology that is used as an alternative for production of food for animals of digestive system monogastrico and poligastrico. The FVH is a high quality, health, quantity and food in less time with respect to the conventional production. This technology allows the use of spaces small or large as cellars, sheds, houses, pigsties, stables which are usually abandoned at a farm or a specific premise, where these spaces are exploited to the maximum in its horizontal and vertical form. The FVH technology has allowed many producers livestock sector overcome adverse conditions of food shortages in times of drought, Frost, flooding, and in general natural disasters. The FVH technology implementation, allows you to considerably improve the sustainability in the short, medium and long term of a livestock productive project either meat or milk since their production costs considerably lower. The variability of the climate in recent years it has brought negative consequences for the population and the global economy, significantly lowering food production leads this to the same shortages and more expensive basic family basket products. The productive food chain that begins in the field until reaching the consumer has been affected in Latin America by the cycles of the el Nino phenomenon and the phenomenon of the girl.

Agricultural producers are the first who must be prepared to face these adversities in order to sustain their production and productivity in their daily activities whether in the agricultural or livestock part and the only way is knowing the existing technology in the middle that is developed through years of research by scientists and is transmitted to producers in the field through training by State entitiesprivate professional, and the agricultural sector. Taking this argument into account, ask you Mr producer field: 1. are you ready to face a long drought, unexpected flooding that may affect you in a 100% pastures for their livestock and hence your business? 2 And if you are prepared, how long can resist and keep your business with forage reserves available? Do 3 keeps you enough liquidity to acquire food right in the market and are willing to pay a high value for the to keep their animals?, don’t forget, that every expense that you do outside your estate for acquiring food, requires more effort and an increase in production costs that not going to recognize the buyer or intermediary. It is in that moment, when it begins to falter in the business that despite efforts is this realizing that the business is no longer profitable. Original author and source of the article.