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  • Letter of Intent to Acquire Outstounding Stock in Company
    Letter of Intent to Acquire Outstounding Stock in Company

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    From:William Glover

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    A letter of intent is often entered into between a buyer and a seller following the successful completion of the first phase of negotiations of an acquisition transaction. The letter generally, but not always, describes the purchase price and certain other key terms that form the basis for further negotiations. In most cases, the buyer and the seller do not yet intend to be legally bound to consummate the transaction and expect that the letter of intent will be superseded by a definitive written acquisition agreement. Although the seller and the buyer will generally desire the substantive deal terms outlined in a letter of intent to be nonbinding expressions of their then current understanding of the shape of the prospective transaction, letters of intent frequently contain some provisions that the parties intend to be binding. The binding provisions of a letter of intent generally relate to the process of conducting the negotiations and proceeding towards a definitive agreement. Letters of intent are also used to define the rights and obligations of the parties while a definitive agreement is being negotiated. A letter of intent, either alone or in conjunction with a separate confidentiality agreement, will usually permit the buyer to inspect the target’s properties and to review its operations and books and records while simultaneously restricting the buyer's ability to disclose and use the target’s trade secrets and other proprietary information received during the negotiations. A letter of intent often covers how expenses of the acquisition and negotiations, such as fees and expenses of brokers, attorneys, and other advisors, will be paid and limits the rights of each party to publicize the acquisition or negotiations without the consent of the other party. A letter of intent may establish the time frame for conducting due diligence and closing the acquisition and certain other milestones and pre-conditions prior to the execution of a definitive agreement or
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  • Receipt for Securities Released from Escrow
    Receipt for Securities Released from Escrow

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    From:William Glover

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    Escrow is a legal document or property held by a third party for a specific time or until the happening of a condition, at which time the document or property is to be handed over by the third party to the promisee. For example, the amount received by the agent, two weeks before the closing date will be held “in escrow.” A receipt is a written acknowledgment by the recipient of payment for goods, payment of a debt or receiving property from another.
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  • Agreement to Purchase Stock when Seller is Sole Owner of all Shares of Corporation
    Agreement to Purchase Stock when Seller is Sole Owner of all Shares of Corporation

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    From:William Glover

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    A corporation is owned by its shareholders. An ownership interest in a corporation is represented by a share or stock certificate. Shareholders have certain rights, including the right to vote in the election of directors and the right to receive dividends as they are declared by the corporation. Shareholders are ordinarily exempt from liability for the acts of the corporation. The term "share" and the term "stock" are interchangeable. Each share represents a fractional interest in the total property owned by the corporation. The shareholder does not own an interest in any specific property of the corporation, and the corporation, as a separate legal entity, is the owner of all of its property. This form is a simple agreement by the sole shareholder of a corporation to another party.
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  • Gift of Stock Interest in Business to Family Member
    Gift of Stock Interest in Business to Family Member

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    From:William Glover

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    A gift involves transferring title by voluntary action of the owner without receiving anything in exchange. A gift of property is a: (i) passing of title; (ii) made with the intent to pass title; (iii) without receiving money or value in consideration for the passing of title. The donor is the person making the gift, and the donee is the person receiving the gift.
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  • Contingent Value Rights Agreement
    Contingent Value Rights Agreement

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    Contingent Value Rights Agreement
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  • Equity Line of Credit Agreement
    Equity Line of Credit Agreement

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    Equity Line of Credit Agreement
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  • 10b5-1 Stock Purchase Plan
    10b5-1 Stock Purchase Plan

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    Stock Purchase Plan to comply with Rule 10b5-1
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  • Rule 144 Shareholder Representation Letter
    Rule 144 Shareholder Representation Letter

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    Rule 144 Shareholder Representation Letter to Transfer Agent for removal of restrictive legend on stock certificate
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  • Stock Purchase Agreement -Sale of Accounting Practice
    Stock Purchase Agreement -Sale of Accounting Practice

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    Agreement to purchase stock of Accounting Practice
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  • Agreement For Stock in Lieu of Salary
    Agreement For Stock in Lieu of Salary

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    Agreement By employee to accept Stock instead of salary
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  • Stock Purchase Agreement with Vesting
    Stock Purchase Agreement with Vesting

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    Stock Purchase Agreement with Executive, providing for vesting of stock, repurchase rights, escrow, right of first refusal, market stand-off. Includes spouse's consent and escrow instructions
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  • Stock Assignment and Proxy Agreement
    Stock Assignment and Proxy Agreement

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    Stock Assignment and Proxy Agreement
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  • Standby Common Stock Purchase Agreement
    Standby Common Stock Purchase Agreement

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    Standby Common Stock Purchase Agreement for equityline transaction
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  • Registration Rights Agreement
    Registration Rights Agreement

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    Registration Rights Agreement
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  • Convertible Debenture Purchase Agreement
    Convertible Debenture Purchase Agreement

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    Agreement for purchase of outstanding Convertible Debentures
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