ESSENTIAL BUSINESS DOCUMENTS, SIMPLIFIED
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Even the size of the shirt or shoes that you are wearing, the problem that you are facing, is not the same for everyone.
Our legal templates are provided for general guidance purposes, so that at least you have a rough idea of what should be included in such documents.
However, no two agreements are exactly the same, just like even twins have different personalities. You need to customize and draft according to your specific needs and circumstances.
Can’t find an agreement that you want? That must be because it is a complex document, which you must engage a lawyer. Templates won’t help!
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Our legal templates are self-help tools – you don’t pay a lawyer to churn out a standard letter. You pay a lawyer to spend time understanding your case, providing smart advice and offering strategic solutions. That’s what we call “value”.
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Director Loan Agreement
This is a document specifically designed for a director making a loan to the company that he or she is a director of.
A loan agreement is a written agreement between a lender and a borrower.
Shareholder Loan Agreement
This is a document specifically designed for a shareholder making a loan to the company that he or she is a shareholder of.
Inter-Company Loan Agreement
These are loans made from one business unit of a company to another, usually to shift cash to a business unit that is experiencing a cash shortfall.
Notice of Overdue Payment
This is a document to point out to the client about his/her overdue invoice.
Payment Reminder Letter
This is a document written to a client reminding them to pay for their outstanding invoice.
Settlement Offer on the Disputed Amount
This document sets out the settlement offer by a debtor to creditor with the intention to put an end to a debt dispute.
Letter Accepting Payment in Instalments
This document is used to formalise the agreement for repayment if a business receives an offer by a debtor to pay off their debt in regular fixed amounts.
Contract Amendment Letter
This document can be used to record any amendments, revisions, additions and deletions to the terms and conditions of an active fully executed contract.
Termination Letter (One-Way)
This is a formal letter informing one party to a contract the intention and action to cancel or terminate their agreement or an ongoing business relationship.
Termination Letter (Mutual)
When two or more contracting parties would like to terminate a contract, it can be done via a Mutual Termination Agreement, as long as there is a mutual consent.
Letter of Intent or Term Sheet - General
This document sets out the main terms of an investment/collaboration, & to kick start negotiation processes. A term sheet may or may not be signed by the parties involved, but a Letter of Intent is usually signed by the parties involved.
Letter of Undertaking (General)
This letter is issued to provide a binding promise, guarantee or assurance to another party to fulfil an obligation.
Letter of Undertaking
This letter is a binding undertaking to treat specific information obtained pursuant to an arrangement or agreement as confidential and not disclose the confidential information to others without proper authorisation or consent.
Letter of Undertaking (Refund of Money)
This letter is an undertaking by a person to refund monies paid to him pursuant to an arrangement or agreement in the event such arrangement or agreement fallout.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Sometimes known as a “gentlemen’s agreement”, an MOU sets out an agreement between two or more parties pursuant to a negotiation.
Non-Disclosure Agreement (One-Way)
This document is used when a party needs to disclose certain confidential information to another party.
Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual)
This document is used when both parties need to disclose and exchange certain confidential information with each other.
International Trade & Sale of Goods
Non-Circumvention and Non-Disclosure Agreement (NCNDA)
This document is intended to protect the rights of occasional intermediaries in international trade against the risk of being “circumvented” by the other party (i.e. its client) and, consequently, not being paid the commission for its services.
Letter of Intent (LOI)
This is a document issued from the buyer to the seller which indicates that the buyer would like to enter into negotiations with the seller in the hope of signing a sales and purchase contract at a later date. The letter of intent is not legally binding, but it does provide a starting point for negotiations.
Full Corporate Offer (FCO)
This offer is usually issued by the seller after the preliminary stages of negotiation are complete, such as a letter of intent having been issued by the buyer. A full corporate offer is a document which outlines the conditions of the sale.
Irrevocable Corporate Purchase Order (ICPO)
This is a document drawn up by buyer, and contains the quantities and type of commodity required, and other conditions that the buyer would like the sale to proceed under. Once submitted to the seller, this is deemed to be binding and the buyer is obliged to complete the sale.
This is a contract between an employer and an employee which sets out all the duties, responsibilities, benefits and rights between the parties.
Fixed Term Employment Contract
This is an agreement where the employer hires an employee on a fixed term basis. Upon the expiry of its fixed term, the contract shall terminate automatically. Any continued employment will depend on whether there is further arrangement made, i.e. extension, renewal or new contract.
This document lays down the nature of the internship or placement.
Sometimes known as independent contractor agreement or consulting agreement, it is a contract made between an independent worker and his customers.
A warning letter to an employee is a formal HR process to record misconduct, a disciplinary issue or poor performance and discuss it with the employee. The letter also helps in setting expectations for future behavior and may be a precursor to termination.
Resignation Letter by Employee
A resignation letter is an official document that an employee submits to an employer. It serves as a formal notice of intent to resign, often following verbal notice. The letter of resignation acts as a legal record, and provides all the details necessary to formalise your resignation with HR.
Acceptance of Resignation
A resignation acceptance letter is a formal way to acknowledge that you accept your employee’s request to resign.
Notice of Termination of Employment by Employer
A notice of termination by employer is a formal declaration from an employer informing the employee of the decision to terminate his or her contract.
Show Cause Letter
A show cause letter is provided by an employer to an employee in the course of a disciplinary process. It asks the employee to provide an explanation (or ‘show cause’) why he should not face disciplinary action issue.
Extension of Probation Period
This letter is issued to extend a probationer’s probation period due to his performance not meeting the employer’s standard and expectation yet.
Confirmation of Employment
This letter is issued to confirm a probationer’s employment with the employer.
Non-Confirmation of Employment
This letter is issued to not confirm a probationer’s employment with the employer due to consistent non-performance and not meeting the employer’s standard and expectation despite ample opportunities given to the probationer.
Mutual Separation Agreement
This agreement is to record a mutual separation of employment due to certain issues where both parties have resolved them via this agreement.
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