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What to Consider Before Buying a Restaurant - Southern Nevada Health District

What to Consider Before Buying a Restaurant - Southern Nevada Health District | restaurant management (1 & 3) | Scoop.it
There are several things you can do to help avoid the complications that come with buying an existing restaurant..
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dylan myers's comment, March 27, 2014 10:20 AM
"Worn Equipment. Restaurant equipment takes a lot of abuse; especially walk-in coolers. Panel gaskets break down, surface coatings wear off and the floors, walls and doors are often seriously damaged or rusted. <br><br>Repairs to these units can be expensive and must be done to NSF standards. This work can only be done by people and companies certified by NSF. Also, old equipment tends to use a great deal of power and higher power bills can significantly impact the bottom line. Note: outside walk-in coolers can only be used for pre-packaged foods." What to Consider Before Opening a restaurant
dylan myers's comment, March 27, 2014 10:21 AM
"Grease interceptors. A grease interceptor may be required, depending on the menu. A grease interceptor is different from a “Big Dipper” type of grease machine. Do not assume that the facility is equipped to meet the needs of the intended menu. Discuss this with the Sanitation District’s Pre-treatment program." What to consider before opening a restaurant." What to consider before opening a restaurant.
dylan myers's comment, March 27, 2014 10:23 AM
"Utilities. It is not unusual for a previous owner to leave without paying the establishment’s utility bills. If this occurs, the new owner is obligated to pay past due bills before power, gas or water service can be turned on. Before your purchase, contact the utility companies about any issues that may affect having the services turned on." What to consider before opening a restaurant.
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Opening and Running a Restaurant – A Legal and Regulatory Checklist | SBA.gov

Opening and Running a Restaurant – A Legal and Regulatory Checklist | SBA.gov | restaurant management (1 & 3) | Scoop.it
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dylan myers's comment, March 26, 2014 10:30 AM
Insurance is another main thing needed to avoid lawsuits and liability charges. Restaurants are exposed to many injuries, lawsuits, and medical expenses. some of the insurances are property, general, and liquor liability.
dylan myers's comment, March 27, 2014 10:09 AM
"Once your doors are open, you’ll find that the legal and regulatory requirements associated with running a restaurant are a big part of your day-to-day business operations. From labor laws that cover issues ranging as widely as tipping, overtime, food safety and hiring of minors, understanding and complying with legal and regulatory requirements can have a big effect on the success of a restaurant operation.<br><br>This two-part article specifically addresses restaurant-specific laws and obligations and what you need to be aware of as your build and grow your business!<br><br>Operating a Restaurant within the Law – Part 1 (minimum wage, tips, and overtime regulations) and Part Two (employing minors and immigrants, food safety, and tax laws)." Opening and Running a Restaraunt
dylan myers's comment, March 27, 2014 10:13 AM
"Other special state licenses, known as professional licenses, are required for dentists, hairdressers, veterinarians, realtors, physicians and more. These licenses indicate the level of expertise of an employee or business owner and that they’ve met a certain requirements when it comes to training or education.<br><br>State licenses are also required of businesses, such as restaurants and those that serve alcohol, to demonstrate that they meet certain state standards or codes. Particular regulations may vary by state.<br><br>Defined by local and/or state laws, permits generally regulate the safety, structure and appearance of a community and its establishments. There are a number of different kinds of permits to be aware of, including:" Opening and running a Restaurant