It can be an exciting time for a person to make their dream of owning a business a reality. While it’s true having your own business has its perks, there’s a lot of planning and preparation that goes into it. One of the many responsibilities of a small or large business owner is obtaining a business permit. In short, a business permit is a license that is issued by a government agency that allow business owners to conduct business within their geographical jurisdiction.
All businesses large and small must have the appropriate business permits approved by the Planning Commission. The process requires negotiations, correct plans submitted and all of the various contract agreements from several departments. Lawyers are often brought in to organize the position of the merchant, and are a key bridge between the fight.
Quite often the key to resolving conflicts in the business permit process is relationship building. If a city council vote is required, the best approach is to have the arguments and evidence uploaded into a disc that every council member can upload to their computers. From there, they can quickly view the important points and make final arguments on the record.
HWG Law Group with Mr. Green can use techniques to move any project from a stalled, and costly phase to placing permits on the job site. Hence, Mr. Green can keep the opening date or completion schedule as set by the project manager.
Mr. Green looks forward to stepping in and geting the permits approved, the plans signed off and the project finished.