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Business property and all other matters are executed in the name of a company. Company has a right to file suit in his own name against any person.  

Your organization has the privilege to sue for specific occurrences, for example, a rupture of agreement, uncalled for rivalry or nonperformance. For instance, your firm can sue its rival when the last takes part in unjustifiable rivalry. This could include a contender controlling your gifted laborers into leaving with a specific end goal to handicap your business or selecting numerous abnormal state representatives from your organization. To sue, your organization must demonstrate that its efficiency will experience the ill effects of the loss of its key work force. By demonstrating that the contender has inappropriate intention, your organization can get money related pay or prevent the adversary from sourcing your representatives for a specific time frame.

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