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Starting a Home PC repair service, EULA and liability help?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by a_ump, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. Sasqui


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    My 2 cents. I haven't read the EULA or liability agreement but the risk is low and going LLC isn't particularly justified for occasional help. Should you find yourself with more business (and particularly contracts with businesses), a LLC is highly recommended. Here's a quick glimpse of the steps to do an LLC: https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/west-virginia-form-llc-31736.html
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  2. a_ump


    Nov 21, 2007
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    yea when I was looking up default or random liability papers around the web I barely understood a lot of it, let alone my local community which as I said live like its still 1980. I'd hate for them to ask me, "what en de hell does this mean?" and me say "I don't know, but its saves my ass!!" lol

    EDIT: hmmm would you guys keep a business name even though i'm not going to be official? just for formalities and to make it look good? or just use real name?
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