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Business Property

Business Property is termed as the legal property owned by your business such as land, equipment, building, vehicles etc that you use for running the business on a regular basis.

Most of this property is taxable and depending upon your business transactions, it’s inevitable that you acquire appropriate documents for the business property you own.

With our expert business property document templates, you would be able to take care of everything from Bill of Sale to Warranty Deed and more critical agreements like Joint Venture Agreement etc with utmost ease.

All of our document templates are designed to reduce the laborious task of checking legal papers that waste a lot of time. You can simply download the template, add in your specifics and you’re ready to go!

Our Business Property Templates Package includes:

  1. ✓Bill of Sale
  2. ✓Boat Bill of Sale
  3. ✓Buy-Sell Agreement
  4. ✓Commercial Lease Agreement
  5. ✓Construction Contract Agreement
  6. ✓Deed of Trust
  7. ✓Firearm Bill of Sale
  8. ✓Horse Bill of Sale
  9. ✓Land/Ground Lease Agreement
  10. ✓Quitclaim Deed
  11. ✓Warranty Deed
  12. ✓Franchise Agreement
  13. ✓Collaboration Agreement
  14. ✓Joint Bid Agreement
  15. ✓Joint Venture Agreement
  16. ✓Limited Partnership Agreement
  17. ✓Liquidation Agreement
  18. ✓LLC Operating Agreement
  19. ✓Partnership Agreement
  20. ✓Partnership Worksheet
  21. ✓Articles of Incorporation for California
  22. ✓Articles of Incorporation Worksheet
  23. ✓Board Resolution
  24. ✓Business Entity Planning Worksheet
  25. ✓Business Plan
  26. ✓Business Proposal
  27. ✓Business Purchase Agreement
  28. ✓Business Sale Agreement
  29. ✓Certificate of Incorporation for Delaware
  30. ✓Corporate Bylaws
  31. ✓Corporate Minutes
  32. ✓Corporate Proxy
  33. ✓Corporate Records
  34. ✓Corporate Resolution
  35. ✓Deal Contract
  36. ✓Deal Letter
  37. ✓Founders’ Agreement
  38. ✓Letter of Intent
  39. ✓Limited Liability Company Worksheet
  40. ✓LLC Operating Agreement
  41. ✓Mutual Non Disclosure Agreement
  42. ✓Mutual Rescission and Release Agreement
  43. ✓Non-Disclosure Agreement
  44. ✓Non-Profit Bylaws
  45. ✓Notice of Meeting
  46. ✓Offering Memorandum
  47. ✓Organizational Consent
  48. ✓Private Placement Memorandum
  49. ✓Redemption Agreement
  50. ✓Stock Certificate
  51. ✓Strategic Alliance Agreement
  52. ✓Subscription Agreement
  53. ✓Unanimous Consent
  54. ✓Voter Agreement
  55. ✓Waiver of Notice
  56. ✓Arbitration Agreement
  57. ✓Barter Agreement
  58. ✓Breach of Contract Notice
  59. ✓Clinical Trial Agreement
  60. ✓Consignment Agreement
  61. ✓Cooperation Agreement
  62. ✓Employee Retirement Agreement
  63. ✓Endorsement Agreement
  64. ✓Exclusivity Agreement
  65. ✓Finder’s Fee Agreement
  66. ✓Guaranty Agreement
  67. ✓Independent Contractor Agreement
  68. ✓Manufacturing License Agreement
  69. ✓Marketing Agreement
  70. ✓Marketing Consulting Agreement
  71. ✓Real Estate Agent Agreement
  72. ✓Royalty Agreement
  73. ✓Simple Employment Agreement
  74. ✓Subcontractor Agreement
  75. ✓Telecommuting Agreement
  76. ✓Work for Hire Agreement
  77. ✓Stock Purchase Agreement
  78. ✓Sale of Business Assets Worksheet

Features of our Business Property Templates

  • 85 types of Business Property document templates including,
    1. Templates for Real Business Property including land, buildings, and other immobile assets.
    2. Templates for Personal Business Property including vehicles, machinery, electronics etc
    3. Templates for Listed Business Property that concerns IRS in lawful terms.
  • Manage all kinds of property related agreements, bills, transactions etc with a simple fill-in-the-details process. The documents are fully editable for state-specific and generic use.
  • The documents are prepared by qualified attorneys for maintaining authenticity and lawful exactness.
  • Up-to-date with the legal revisions and best practices for inexperienced filers.A lot of businesses lose a significant amount of resources due to improper filing of documents and loopholes in the official documentation they use. Make sure you are not one of them and use our carefullydrafted templates for legally-backed smooth property management.

Please note that due to legal technicalities and generic use of language, some people may not be able to understand the documents exactly. Although the documents are pretty straightforward if you’re doubtful of anything mentioned in the documents, we recommend consulting an attorney before filing, this counts as the best practice for everyone.

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Business Property

 

Business Property is the legal property owned by your business such as land, equipment, building, or vehicles that you use for running the company on a regular basis. Most of this property is taxable and depending upon your business transactions; it’s inevitable that you acquire appropriate documents for the business property you own.

With our expert business property document templates, you would be able to take care of everything from Bill of Sale to Warranty Deed and more critical agreements like Joint Venture Agreement, etc. with utmost ease.

All of our templates are designed to reduce the laborious task of checking legal papers. Just download the template, add your specifics and you are good to go!

Our templates are fully editable and prepared by qualified attorneys for maintaining authenticity and lawful exactness. They are up-to-date with the legal revisions and best practices for inexperienced users.

A lot of businesses lose a significant amount of resources due to the improper filing of documents and loopholes in the official documentation which they use. Make sure you are not one of them by using our carefully drafted templates for smooth property management.

Please note that although the documents are pretty straightforward, due to legal terminologies, some people may not be able to understand the documents fully. If you are unclear about anything in the papers, we recommend consulting an attorney before filing; this counts as the best practice for everyone.

1. Bill of Sale

A Bill of Sale establishes that the ownership of personal property has been transferred from the seller to the buyer. It can be used to recognize the sale of any significant property that you have sold or bought. The document helps in maintaining a proper receipt of the transaction.

The Bill indicates the details of the owners, buyers, property, mode of payment, etc. By transferring the title of ownership to the buyer, the seller can be free of any legal responsibilities associated with the property.

You can quickly draft the document using our templates which contain the legal framework and set of formal statements required for a Bill of Sale.(Read More…)

2. Boat Bill of Sale

A Boat Bill of Sale is a legal form that certifies the sale of a motorboat, or a similar kind of water vehicles such as a yacht or jet ski, between the owner and the buyer. It contains the specific information about the vehicle, mode of transactions and details of the parties involved.

The Bill is state-specific and recognizes some critical parameters such as Motor Information, Buyer, Seller, Warranty and more. It provides legal proof of ownership for the buyer and helps in water vehicle registration.

You can quickly compose your own Boat Bill of Sale using our templates. Just download the templates in the format of your choice and insert your details.(Read More…)

3. Buy-Sell Agreement

A Buy-Sell Agreement is a legal document drafted in preparation for cases where something unforeseen happens to the business owner(s). It outlines the business directives and statements explaining how the company shares would be handled in such cases. It discusses the steps to be taken in situations when a change in one (or all) of the owner’s contribution to the business may impact the functioning of the market. The Agreement recognizes some critical elements such as purpose, restrictions on transfer, voluntary transfers, etc.

Our templates simplify the process of drafting this legal document by providing you with a set of relevant formal statements.(Read More…)

4. Commercial Lease Agreement

A Commercial Lease Agreement is a contract made between the tenant and the landlord which indicates that the landlord’s property is leased to the tenant for commercial purposes.

The document states the nature of the lease and commercial activities that would take place on the property on mutually agreeable terms. It is a state-specific document and identifies essential elements of the lease such as details of the Landlord, Tenant, Base Rent, Real Property and more.

If you want to let someone use your property for business purposes, you can prepare this document easily with our ready-to-use templates. They include the legal framework and formal terms required for signing the Agreement. The accuracy of the templates is verified by our experienced attorney so that you can enforce an error-free agreement and avoid legal loopholes.(Read More…)

5. Construction Contract Agreement

A Construction Contract Agreement is a legal agreement used to specify construction activities to be carried out on real property or land. It is signed by the owner of the property and a construction contractor to formalize the terms of the construction.

The construction can be a renovation, building new rooms or anything that the document warrants. It is a business contract that helps secure the interests of both the owner and the contractor in the long run. The document highlights some critical information such as License Number, Worksite, Materials, and Labor.(Read More…)

6. Deed of Trust

A Deed of Trust, also known as Mortgage Trust Deed, is signed at the time when a person borrows a sum of money as a loan from another person to make a real estate purchase. A third person (trustee) is entitled to the property until the loan is paid off by the borrower. The document recognizes the three people involved in the deed as Lender, Borrower, and Trustee.

You can download our templates which contain critical information such as Principal Amount, Property and Security Interest, etc. Only add your details, revise the statements (if necessary), and you would be ready.(Read More…)

7. Firearm Bill of Sale

A Firearm Bill of Sale, also referred to as Gun Bill of Sale or Firearm Sale Document, establishes the sale of a firearm made by a seller to a purchaser. The Bill is a legal copy that denotes that the rights of the firearm(s) have been transferred to its new owner.

The Bill recognizes essential elements such as Grantor, Grantee, Property, Warranty and Payment Details, etc. It contains other necessary information about the firearm(s) as well.

Our Firearm Bill of Sale templates are customizable and have been verified by professional attorneys. Choose one that works for you, review the terms, print it out, and you would be ready to sign it!(Read More…)

8. Horse Bill of Sale

A Horse Bill of Sale details the purchase of a horse made between the original owner of the horse and the purchaser. The Bill includes information such as the mode of payment, details of the horse, names of the owner and buyer, etc.

The document, once signed, abides by the law and clearly states the responsibilities of both parties after the purchase. It is state-specific and is recognized by various names in different states, including Equine Sales Agreement and Horse Sale Contract.

Our templates simplify the process of drafting this legal document by providing you with relevant formal statements in a legal format.(Read More…)

9. Land/Ground Lease Agreement

A Land/Ground Lease Agreement is a legal document laying down the details of an agreement made between the owner of a piece of an unconstructed land and a company or an individual who wishes to obtain it on lease for carrying out commercial activities. The activities can include constructing a building, using the land for agriculture or even using it for wildlife hunting. The agreement recognizes elements such as the details of both the parties, the location of the land and how the rent will be paid.

You can quickly draft this agreement by using our templates below. Simply insert the specifics into the templates, review the terms you wish to keep and add your own terms.

10. Quitclaim Deed

A Quitclaim Deed warrants that the owner of a real estate property has given the rights of ownership to a new owner. The seller is recognized as the Grantor and the new owner or the buyer as Grantee.

The document is state-specific and incorporates components such as the legal description of the property, details of the seller and buyer, witnesses and notary. However, it does not include any warranties associated with the title of ownership.

You can download the Quitclaim Deed templates on our website!(Read More…)

11. Warranty Deed

A Warranty Deed can be used as a proof of ownership of a title regarding an individual’s real property. It warrants the buyer that the owner has the legal rights to sell the property to them, thus ensuring a secure purchase.

The Deed has three forms: general, special and quitclaim. The quality of the title held by the owner as described by the Deed depends upon its type. The general deed provides maximum protection, while the quitclaim offers the lowest protection. Some essential elements of the Deed are Grantor, Grantee, Legal Description, Witnesses, and Notary.

The easy customizability and attorney-verified accuracy of our templates will help you file a lawful Warranty Deed. This way you will not have to deal with the lengthy preparation time and doubts regarding the document’s appropriateness.(Read More…)

12. Franchise Agreement

A Franchise Agreement is a legal contract between the owner of a business and a prospective party who wishes to gain the rights to a franchise of the business. The Agreement defines the essential allowances, regulations and business model of the franchise.

Owning a franchise is a safer way to do business as you can inherit the existing brand reputation and expertise. The Agreement, also called Franchise Contract, facilitates this acquirement in a legal framework.

You can download our available templates and modify them according to your needs.(Read More…)

13. Collaboration Agreement

A Collaboration Agreement is a legal and business agreement made between two artists seeking to work together in any of their upcoming projects. The collaboration can take various forms.

With this Agreement, the involved artists agree upon their responsibilities, roles, copyright concerns, profit sharing, and other matters. The Agreement protects the interests of both parties and establishes a healthy business relationship which is legally enforceable.(Read More…)

14. Joint Bid Agreement

A Joint Bid Agreement, or Teaming Agreement, is a legal agreement where two or more bidders decide to place a joint bid on a particular construction project. It helps to enhance the knowledge, skills, and performance contributing to the project. It can be especially beneficial if two individual contractors have different skill sets required for the task.

In this Agreement, all the contractors are equally involved in the project. The document declares working conditions, respective responsibilities of the contractors, payment, and other details.(Read More…)

15. Joint Venture Agreement

A Joint Venture Agreement outlines the agreeing terms on which two or more parties pool their resources and operational risks to carry out business activities. It is a time-bound agreement, and the signing parties still file their tax returns individually. It includes essential elements such as Management, Purpose, Contributions, and Profits. It is also known as Consortium Agreement, Strategic Alliance, etc. and is specific for each state.(Read More…)

16. Limited Partnership Agreement

A Limited Partnership Agreement is a business agreement made between you and your partners in the company. The document establishes the share of liabilities, powers and, responsibilities you hold by your limited partnership.

The document can be signed before establishing the company or later on when you want to legalize the terms with your partners. With this Agreement, you can protect your business interests in the company and ensure smooth functioning of the business.(Read More…)

17. Liquidation Agreement

A Liquidation Agreement is used to legally and formally end a partnership between two parties. The agreement helps to settle things smoothly and fairly. Note that the partnership continues until the business officially winds up.

This Agreement is also referred to as the Partnership Dissolution Agreement in some places and, in general, helps to outline the end of the partnership.

Our templates will help to simplify the process of drafting this legal document by providing you with a set of formal statements in a legal format. The materials are easy to customize for particular purposes and have been verified by our professional attorneys for their legal accuracy.(Read More…)

18. Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement (LLC Operating Agreement)

If you’re planning to form a Limited Liability Company, you can sign a Limited Liability Company (LLC) Operating Agreement, which will define the internal structure of the company. It will comprise the business operation terms alongside the profits and responsibilities shared by each partner in the LLC.

By creating this document, you create a legal proof of the existence of your LLC which enables you to receive legal and tax benefits. The good thing about forming an LLC is that although you acquire the status of a company, you are taxed by a proprietorship.

Our templates contain all the necessary elements for the operating agreement such as voting, members, binding authority, ownership, term and more.(Read More…)

19. Partnership Agreement

A Partnership Agreement is a legal document when you want to form a partnership with any of your trusted personnel for business reasons. The agreement states the duties, obligations, and benefits shared by each partner in a lawfully recognized relationship.

The Agreement helps in maintaining an official record of the agreed-upon terms, which is necessary to foster a healthy business relationship. It usually involves general elements such as Contact Information, Partnership Details, Voting Rights, etc.

You can easily draft this document using our official templates. The templates contain the legal structure and attorney-verified set of statements that hold proper relevance to the laws of the state.(Read More…)

20. Partnership Worksheet

A Partnership Worksheet helps you gather and lends structure to the factual information you need before signing a partnership agreement with someone. The Worksheet will make you aware of all the essential elements you need to include in the contract.

You can use it to minimize the scope of error and make sure that you collect all the necessary information. The sheet acts as a useful model to prepare for the actual agreement.(Read More…)

21. Articles of Incorporation for California

An Articles of Incorporation for California is required when you are incorporating a new business within the state of California. It serves as the legal document that lays down the details of your newly formed company and makes it a legally recognized entity.

People who want to operate their business in California devoid of external investment can file the document with the State. It contains some essential elements such as the purpose of company and business name.

Check out our templates, choose one that works for you, review the terms, print it out, and you would be ready to start your new business in California.(Read More…)

22. Articles of Incorporation Worksheet

An Articles of Incorporation Worksheet helps you organize all the information relating to your future business that will go into the Articles of Incorporation to be filed with the State. The Worksheet states all the terms, business specifics and relevant data that you need to gather before signing the document.

The Worksheet helps you put all the necessary facts in one place so that you can avoid errors in the actual thing. It may be required by your attorney when they prepare the set of formal statements as are necessary for incorporation.(Read More…)

23. Board Resolution

A Board Resolution is a company document that lays down a resolution drafted by the authorities of the company, like the board of directors, which affects the functioning of the company in some way. The document may require the participation of shareholders or stockholders.

It is used to keep the resolution in formal writing and does not concern any relevance with the governmental institutions. Board decisions such as buying new stocks or releasing company stocks etc. are documented in it.(Read More…)

24. Business Entity Planning Worksheet

A Business Entity Planning Worksheet helps you gather and organize the factual information required to set up a business entity, such as an LLC, a partnership or a corporation. The document both informs you about what information you need to supply as well as, reports your collected data.

People who are looking to establish a new company or make changes to an existing one can use this worksheet to lay down the facts for their attorneys to review. It is a great way to summarize the key points, considerations and business specifics.(Read More…)

25. Business Plan

A Business Plan Template is a carefully drafted document containing a systematic framework to create an impressive business plan for your company. It lays down the key fundamental aspects you need to cover.

The Template includes most critical elements of a business plan such as Company Financing, Market Analysis, Sales Strategy, Executive Summary, and Financials.

Our Business Plan templates are available in various formats. Build a firm foundation for your company with a professionally drafted business plan.(Read More…)

26. Business Proposal

A Business Proposal contains the details of how a business intends to complete a particular project for their new clients. It is used to offer an overview of the strategies which a company is going to take in case a client asks for a RFP, or the company needs to pitch for a new client.

A well-planned proposal is invaluable for every business as it reflects the service quality that the company is offering, and also helps it attract new clients. The critical elements found in a typical proposal are parameters like Project Description, Market Analysis, and Financial Strategy.(Read More…)

27. Business Purchase Agreement

A Business Purchase Agreement, also known by other names such as Agreement to Sell Business, and Small Business Purchase Agreement, is a legal validation document written for a sale or purchase of a business. It describes the terms of agreements which govern this transfer of business from one party to another.

By signing the Agreement, you materialize the transaction that has taken place between you and the other party and promise to abide by the mutual agreements stated in the document.

Protect your transaction with our templates which contain attorney-verified legal statements and authentic structure. You can add specifics using any of your desired electronic formats and prepare a professional document in no time.(Read More…)

28. Business Sale Agreement

A Business Sale Agreement, also known as Contract for Sale of Business, is a document that legally recognizes the sale of a business made between two parties. If you want to buy a new company or have one that needs to be sold off, this document will help you form mutual agreements about the sale.

The Agreement identifies the owners of the business and details how the sale would be made, which will help in maintaining a smooth transfer of duties and assets.(Read More…)

29. Certificate of Incorporation for Delaware

A Certificate of Incorporation for Delaware establishes the legal identity of your new business in the state of Delaware. Due to tax-friendly laws in Delaware, many people attempt to set up their new business in this state. With this certificate, you can legally do that.

The Certificate mentions all the relevant legal considerations and operating structure of your business. It enables you to receive the tax benefits that the state offers and legalizes your relationship with the state.(Read More…)

30. Corporate Bylaws

A Corporate Bylaws is a set of regulations defined in a legal structure about the functioning of your company. Most states demand the filing of a Bylaws document which describes how your corporation operates and how it runs the business.

You can define your company structure in the Bylaws to make it legally formalized, which will help you avoid internal misunderstandings. By filing this document, you protect the interests of partners, shareholders, and stockholders. The document is submitted after the Articles of Incorporation and is specific to the State where it is filed.(Read More…)

31. Corporate Minutes

Corporate Minutes denotes a company’s internal documents used to record the outcomes, policy decisions, or amendments made to the company’s structure in internal meetings. They help preserve the company’s liability status at all times.

You can easily draft minutes when you are in charge of these meetings and classify the discussed information in a legalized format. The State sometimes requires these documents to maintain corporate liabilities.(Read More…)

32. Corporate Proxy

A Corporate Proxy is a letter of consent that enables a representative to attend an important corporate meeting on someone’s behalf. It contains the details of the responsibilities and legal rights given to the person to do that.

Drafting a Proxy helps you arrange for someone who can help you preserve your vote in the meeting. It is especially important when you’re a partner or a shareholder. The Proxy contains some basic elements such as your identification, the representative’s details, the duration of the proxy and so on.(Read More…)

33. Corporate Records

Corporate Records are the documents used to preserve information about the employees, officers, and shareholders of your company. They help in creating an answerable structure for the company and can be referred to whenever a verification for sensitive information needs to be made.

By using these records, you make your company organizationally strong and legally responsible. Also, you can create documents for business directives, company laws, etc. that act as a formalized truth when their implementation is questioned.(Read More…)

34. Corporate Resolution

A Corporate Resolution is a company document that lays down a resolution drafted by the authorities of the company, such as the board of directors, which affects the functioning of the company in some way. The document may also warrant the participation of shareholders or stockholders.

The Resolution is used to keep the resolution in formal writing and does not concern any relevance with the governmental institutions. Corporate decisions such as buying new stocks or releasing company stocks etc. are documented in it.(Read More…)

35. Deal Contract

A Deal Contract identifies the details of a company’s plans to purchase an existing business or make venture agreements with it. The deal is officialized with the help of this agreement, wherein all the details of the proceedings are mentioned.

If you intend to take over a business or form a joint venture with them, you can use this contract with the patrons of the company to detail your business plans. The document recognizes basic elements such as assets on the stake, names of parties, and closing date.(Read More…)

36. Deal Letter

A Deal Letter identifies the details of a company’s plans to purchase an existing business or make venture agreements with it. The deal is apprehended with the help of the Letter, where all the details of the proceedings are mentioned.

If you intend to take over a business or form a joint venture with them, you can use this Letter to state your business plans. The document recognizes basic elements such as assets on the stake, names of parties, and closing date.(Read More…)

37. Founders’ Agreement

A Founders’ Agreement is an internal document signed by the founders of a company in order to agree upon individual responsibilities, sharing of power, share distribution and voting rights. The document is not legalized under the state law and is primarily for maintaining a structured approach in the company.

It is recommendable to create the Agreement when you set up a business co-owned by multiple founders. The Agreement helps in keeping the agreed terms intact and avoid future disputes over company matters.

38. Letter of Intent

A Letter of Intent is a written expression of serious interests towards making a business purchase with another party. The Letter is usually not signed under the state law but may have legal consequences if not honored as per the statements are written in the letter.

It warrants the other party – the seller of the whole or part of the business in consideration – to stop entertaining the interests of other buyers in the market. It contains some general elements such as, but not limited to, details of the buying party, obligable terms and time till which the letter holds valid.(Read More…)

39. Limited Liability Company Worksheet

A Limited Liability Company Worksheet is a generic framework that helps you gather necessary information for legally incorporating your new LLC or make changes to an existing one. You can stay on track using it and it will guide you on all of the aspects of the company.

The Worksheet contains a structured method to go about the legalities of the company. It will help you take care of critical elements such as Articles of  Incorporation, personal details of the owners, company’s circumstances, profit distribution terms and operating agreements, etc.(Read More…)

40. LLC Operating Agreement

If you are planning to form a Limited Liability Company, you can sign a Limited Liability Company (LLC) Operating Agreement which will define the internal structure of the company. It will comprise the business operation terms alongside the profits and responsibilities shared by each partner in the LLC.

By creating this document, you create a legal proof of the existence of your LLC which enables you to receive legal and tax benefits. The good thing about forming an LLC is that although you acquire the status of a company, you are taxed on the basis of a proprietorship.

Our templates contain all the necessary elements for the operating agreement such as voting, members, binding authority, ownership, term and more.

41. Mutual Non Disclosure Agreement

A Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement, or Mutual Confidentiality Agreement, aims to preserve the confidentiality of a sensitive piece of information shared with one of your company partners or an outside agent. By signing this document, you bind them to keep the information private.

The document can be useful when you are discussing a business idea with any of your company strategists or with a PR agent before a public release.(Read More…)

42. Mutual Rescission and Release Agreement

A Mutual Rescission and Release Agreement, or Equitable Rescission in some states, is drafted to terminate the agreements signed in a contract when the parties are not happy with the contract’s outcomes and wish to absolve from their contractual responsibilities and benefits.

The Agreement nullifies the signed agreement and brings everything back to its original state. The involved parties can get rid of the dissatisfaction about the contract using this form.(Read More…)

43. Non Disclosure Agreement

A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) protects the integrity of proprietary information of a company or any information that is sensitive to the business of the company, whenever this information is shared with an external agent.

The NDA legally warrants the person  receiving the shared information of maintaining its confidentiality as stated in the agreement. It helps your company keep its business secrets secure and is also called the Confidentiality Clause in legal terms.(Read More…)

44. Non-Profit Bylaws

Non-Profit Bylaws define the operating terms and the structure of a non-profit after it has been set up. This includes the regulations concerning memberships, ownership distribution, voting rights and everything relating to the governance of the non-profit.

The document varies from state to state and is also known by the names of Non-Profit Corporation Bylaws. If you’ve established your non-profit, this document will help you outline important statements among the members and in general.

45. Notice of Meeting

A Notice of Meeting notifies the concerned people of an upcoming meeting. This is a formal way of declaring the details of the meeting, and by officially drafting it, you make sure you have attempted to inform everyone about the meeting.

The Notice is just like any other notice and contains the general details of the meetings such as time, date, place of meeting, etc. When shareholders and authoritative position holders are involved, this notice helps in keeping a formal record of the meeting.(Read More…)

46. Offering Memorandum

An Offering Memorandum describes the details and terms of a company looking for prospective investors. With it, the investors know what is being offered for the value they would be investing in the company.

Company’s assets such as bonds, stocks or shares are offered in the Memorandum, usually not registered by the SEC. The document contains facts about the status of the business financially and the risks that may arise with subsequent investments.(Read More…)

47. Organizational Consent

An Organizational Consent, as the name suggests. is a document signed by the board of directors or stakeholders of a company, to unanimously consent to the accuracy of the Bylaws. With this formal procedure, the company is recognized as an Incorporation. It is required by the governmental laws to sign this Approval.

The Approval later helps affirm everyone’s confidence in the legal company documents. It is one of the stepping stones in establishing a new company that will be lead by various directors or officers.(Read More…)

48. Private Placement Memorandum

A Private Placement Memorandum, or Private Placement Letter, is a formal document drafted by a company when they seek investment from a private investor. The memorandum explains various details about the company’s status, stock holdings, etc. that must be in the knowledge of the investor.

The main goal of the Memorandum is to offer security to both the company and the investor by outlining the terms of investment so that they can have confidence in the transaction.(Read More…)

49. Redemption Agreement

A Redemption Agreement helps shareholders and business managers prepare for the scenario where a shareholder decides to discontinue their engagement with the company or is faced by health challenges. The document lays down the process by which the shareholder’s interest will be handled by the company.

Signing this document is beneficial for everyone in the organization as you are better prepared to face critical circumstances this way. In the absence of such an Agreement, the shareholder’s stock shares and value may not see a fair distribution, which is unjust to them.(Read More…)

50. Stock Certificate

A Stock Certificate is legal proof of ownership of shares or stocks purchased by a person in a company or an organization. In most cases, it requires signatures from the highest authorities of the organization, such as the president.

The document is state-specific and will be different for each U.S. state. It may go by other names in different states such as Share Certificate, Notice of Shareholder Ownership, and Paper Stock Certificate.(Read More…)

51. Strategic Alliance Agreement

A Strategic Alliance Agreement is used to form a Strategic Alliance wherein several business partners pool their resources and knowledge to run a company based on shared interests. It is different from a Joint Venture where the taxes are filed individually.

The Alliance helps individuals overcome business challenges by obtaining more resources and increased value through more people working in the group. With this agreement, you can lay down the terms by which the alliance will operate.(Read More…)

52. Subscription Agreement

A Subscription Agreement is used to itemize the details of a stock offering made to a private investor. The investor agrees to pay a certain agreed-upon price to the company for the stocks and the company gives ownership of the stock to the investor.

The document is crucial when gaining investment as a private investor and states the critical terms necessary for the deal to take place. By signing the agreement, you protect the company’s stock prices and make sure the investment takes place on company-legal terms.(Read More…)

53. Unanimous Consent

An Unanimous Consent states the consent of all the board members, shareholders or stakeholders regarding a decision for the company’s operatives without an actual meeting. If everyone wants to offer consent for a particular ourse of action but a physical meeting is not feasible, this document formalizes the consent.

The document creates a formal record of the consent for future references and helps the person in charge to gather the vote for the business decision. The stakeholders’ presence is not required if they sign this document.(Read More…)

54. Voter Agreement

A Voter Agreement is drafted to vote in favor of a single course of action mutually recognized to be fruitful by some voters in a company. If you wish to draft a popular vote to increase the weight of the collective vote, this Agreement helps formalize the necessary terms.

It is used in board meetings to help people with the same opinion on a subject vote in favor of it. With it, you can be sure that the voters who promised to vote together would keep their promises.(Read More…)

55. Waiver of Notice

A Waiver of Notice is a formal statement drafted to avoid receiving meeting notices from a company of which you are a shareholder. The document helps the organizers of the meeting and other board members get the intent of your absence.

If there are some reasons due to which you do not attend a specific meeting or series of meetings where your presence is legally required, this notice gets the obligation off your head while maintaining professional decorum.

Our document templates will help you draft this document to abide by the company standards and professional stature. The document contains the pre-written set of statements and terms that you can directly use to sign the document.(Read More…)

56. Arbitration Agreement

An Arbitration Agreement is brought into use for settling common disputes without involving the court. It is a much cheaper and quicker way to resolve disputes as compared to the court. It may also be referred to asAlternative Dispute Resolution or the ADR. However, please know that Arbitration is only one part of the ADR.

By creating an Arbitration Agreement before a legal dispute, the parties involved in the dispute can avoid unnecessary costs and inconveniences.

We offer an Arbitration Agreement templates on our website to help make your life easier. The templates can be downloaded in a format of your choice. You can customize the text of the document as per your requirements.(Read More…)

57. Barter Agreement

A Barter Agreement facilitates of barter of services or assets taking place in a professional business arrangement. It contains the details of the items being traded between individuals or organizations without the use of money.

The Agreement helps in coming to agreeable terms with the business partner with which you wish to go in a barter. It is always safe to make this transaction formally recognized using the agreement to protect the nature of the barter and the nature of goods involved.(Read More…)

58. Breach of Contract Notice

A Breach of Contract Notice informs a business partner or a shareholder of a breach made to the contract terms by them. It is sometimes a part of the formal measures agreed upon by the signers and helps inform the concerned party.

The Notice serves as a written proof that the concerned party has been informed of the contractual terms and encourages the offender to take corrective measures. Sometimes, the breach is made unintentionally or by mistake, and the Notice helps them recognize that.(Read More…)

59. Clinical Trial Agreement

A Clinical Trial Agreement is a legal agreement between a company who wishes to test a commercial product such as medication or cosmetic products with a laboratory or a university research center. It outlines the terms by which the trial will be made and how the results will be compiled by the testing agency.

The Agreement also contains the details of the production company – also known as the sponsor, the testing agency, and the product to be tested. It governs the legal consideration associated with the product and helps the company preserve their business interests with the trial.(Read More…)

60. Consignment Agreement

A Consignment Agreement is a formally drafted agreement made between a consignor, a party who wants someone else (consignee) to sell products on their behalf. It helps form legal terms governing this arrangement so that the flow of business can take place smoothly.

The document lays down the details of the product, the parties involved in the agreement, or how long does the consignee have to sell the product. It also goes by the name of Consignment Contract in some states.(Read More…)

61. Consignment Agreement

A Cooperation Agreement finds its use in making a formal agreement on operating terms when one is going to make an important business transaction with someone else. It is a preliminary step towards making an actual business agreement and is drafted to document the good intentions of other parties involved.

You can use it to obtain confirmation from participating parties for business benefit. It is recommended to go for it before you put in efforts to establish the business. The document recognizes basic details of the parties and the business.(Read More…)

62. Consignment Agreement

An Employee Retirement Agreement is used to underline the terms and conditions when an employee of the business is reaching retirement. It helps to come to mutual terms on the benefits, responsibilities, and claims which the employee needs to fulfill.

The Agreement is usually drafted by the Human Resource Officer of the company and is mandatory to be in terms with ERISA. It contains basic elements of factual information such as employee name, company name and agreement statements.(Read More…)

63. Endorsement Agreement

An Endorsement Agreement is a document signed by two parties: an individual or a business that owns a product and an endorser. It is brought into use when the party which owns a product wants a celebrity or a renowned person to endorse the product. The endorser gets paid a fee in exchange for a personal recommendation of the product.

We offer legal templates for the Endorsement Agreement on our website. Choose one that works for you.(Read More…)

64. Exclusivity Agreement

An Exclusivity Agreement is a contract used for establishing terms when entering into a legal partnership which involves the buying and selling of goods. The partnership can be with multiple persons or companies. The arrangement is between multiple parties to buy goods exclusively and solely from one seller, making the seller the sole provider.

The Exclusivity Agreement might sometimes also be referred to as the Exclusivity Contract. This contract works three ways – one, where you act as an exclusive provider; two, where someone else exclusively provides goods/services for your business; and three, where you create an advantage by limiting with whom your business partners work.

Our Exclusivity Agreement templates are a professionally drafted and include the basic sections such as exclusivity, resale price, and product standards.(Read More…)

65. Finder’s Fee Agreement

A  Finder’s Fee Agreement is a written contract between a business or an individual who hires or wishes to pay a person who brings valuable business interests to them.

The business interests include clients, investors or names and contacts of potential partners. The Agreement indicates how the arrangement is to be honored by both parties and contains necessary details such as the amount of fee, qualifying findings and other mutually agreeable terms which the parties want to include.

You can protect your side of the bargain when you hire a finder by signing this Agreement. Our templates provide you with the terms of services and legal framework required to prepare the document.

66. Guaranty Agreement

A Guaranty Agreement for construction is a document in which you can declare someone else’s credit-worthiness for a [construction] loan and assure the bank a repayment of the loan by signing as a guarantor. You use this document when you want to help someone secure a loan. This document is also referred to as the Guaranty Agreement Form.

By signing this agreement, if you formally agree to an “absolute” guaranty, you will have to come through with the required pending payment if the original borrower does not. However, you can also opt for a “conditional” guaranty.(Read More…)

67. Independent Contractor Agreement

An Independent Contractor Agreement is required for a company to hire a firm/business or an individual for a specific service or task for a short period. It establishes and declares the legal relationship between two parties – the hiring company/business and the contractor (who can be an individual or a business).

The official name for the Independent Contractor Agreement varies from place to place. So far, it has acquired numerous names such as Freelancer Agreement, Contractor Agreement, Independent Consultant Agreement – to name a few.(Read More…)

68. Manufacturing License Agreement

A Manufacturing License Agreement is a legally binding contract, in which, one organization/person grants another organization/person the right to use their property/product in exchange for a royalty payment [compensation]. In some places, it is also referred to as Production License Agreement.

The Agreement is brought into use if you own the rights to a particular product but would like to allow another party to manufacture it, or if you want the right to manufacture a product that belongs to another party.

Our team have created Manufacturing License Agreement templates defining the basic parameters like grant of the license, payment of royalty, modifications, and quality control.(Read More…)

69. Marketing Agreement

A Marketing Agreement is a document signed by two parties – an individual or a business that owns a product and an individual or business that promotes products and services. It clauses and details of both the parties.

By signing the agreement, both the parties agree to abide by their respective rights and obligations. The document is also referred to as the Joint Marketing Agreement or the Marketing Services Agreement in some states.(Read More…)

70. Marketing Consulting Agreement

A Marketing Consulting Agreement states the details of the consultation services obtained from a marketing professional for your business. It helps you safeguard your business interests and organize the information provided by the marketer in a well-defined structure.

It also include the details of the strategies involved in the marketing process and assignment of job-related responsibilities to everyone on the team. If you are going to consult a marketer for your business, it will help you proceed smoothly.(Read More…)

71. Real Estate Agent Agreement

A Real Estate Agent Agreement is a formal agreement made between the owner of real property and a real estate contractor who would sell the property on the owner’s behalf. It establishes the various terms on which the process would take shape.

There are several benefits of signing this document including security from fraudulent activities, protecting the integrity of the agreed terms and safeguarding your interests. The document is state-specific and is also known as Real Estate Broker Agent Agreement.(Read More…)

72. Royalty Agreement

A Royalty Agreement is a document signed by two parties – an individual/business that owns the rights to intellectual property (IP) and an individual or business that wants to use the IP for a certain amount of time. It helps to lay down a certain set of rules and obligations for both the parties. The owner of the IP receives a royalty payment in exchange for allowing the other party to use the IP for a limited amount of time.(Read More…)

73. Simple Employment Agreement

A Simple Employment Agreement is a formal set of documents signed by a new employee to make binding agreements with the company policies and to outline the details of the employment such as salary, perks, and conditions, etc.

You should have this Agreement signed when you hire a new employee to work with your organization. You can mention all the critical terms in it such as confidentiality, NDA, details of leaves, compensation mode and value, etc. It identifies employee name, duration, and nature of the relationship.(Read More…)

74. Subcontractor Agreement

A Subcontractor Agreement is a legally binding agreement between two parties – a contractor and a subcontractor. It details the outline and the construction expectations sought from the subcontractor to be hired. It makes sure that both the parties stay in line, and fulfill their duties and obligations.

The Subcontractor Agreement protects the interests of both the parties. It includes various points like the details of the construction services provided by the subcontractor, the price of the work, and warranties. Note that this agreement is used solely in the context of construction.(Read More…)

75. Telecommuting Agreement

A Telecommuting Agreement is drafted when a business wants to allow its employees to work remotely from their homes, instead of beig present in the office, for company benefits. It includes the terms by which this arrangement is brought forward.

A company can benefit more if their employees stay home and work. The agreement documents various details of the term of work assigned, completion deadline and compensation details for the employees.(Read More…)

76. Work for Hire Agreement

A Work for Hire Agreement helps you form a contract with an independent service provider to conduct their work at your home or office temporarily. It identifies the nature of the job, details of the contractor and helps you protect the result of the work.

The Agreement also helps you define the operating terms of the job such as payment, duration of work, your expectations, and milestones. The job can be anything from carpenter repair to a new paint coat on your fence.(Read More…)

77. Stock Purchase Agreement

A Stock Purchase Agreement is a legal document signed between the purchasers of the stock shares and the company which offers it. It protects the interests of both the parties and helps establish the details of the transaction.

Many companies offer stock shares to their employees and others for them to have the incentive tp contribute or to grow their business. The Agreement contains important information such as the number of shares purchased, buyer’s details, date of purchase and more.

If you are looking to create shares in your company, this document will facilitate the process. A number of templates are available for download below.(Read More…)

78. Sale of Business Assets Worksheet

A Sale of Business Assets Worksheet is used to gather and draft out the requisites when you are going in for a sale of a business, or you are buying a business from someone. It will help you recognize the important terms associated with the transaction so that you can organize them better.

This is not a legally binding document and needs only the specific details of the deal. To make sure you do not miss out on important information or fail to review critical aspects of the deal, you can use this Sheet for reference and organization.

Our templates will help you draft a Worksheet that abides by the company standards and professional stature. Simply download them and add in your name, address, and other details.(Read More…)