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What are legal responsibilities when running a business?

There are legal obligations for most businesses. They will vary depending on the nature of your business activities. You are required to acknowledge of these obligations to avoid potential issues arising in the future. Typically, most business will have some legal responsibilities relating to:
  • business structure and registrations
  • licensing
  • selling goods and services
  • contracts
  • leasing premises
  • employing staff
  • occupational health and safety
  • privacy and information protection
  • intellectual property
Legal Responsibility, Running Business
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