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  • Parental Consent to Medical Care and Authority to Caregiver
    Parental Consent to Medical Care and Authority to Caregiver

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    From:William Glover

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    This form is designed for those situations where minors are under the care of a child care provider and the parents are not available. It gives authority to the child care provider to arrange for medical care for the minors in the event of an emergency.
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  • Liability Waiver and Release for Athletic Training Service
    Liability Waiver and Release for Athletic Training Service

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    From:William Glover

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    A waiver or release is the intentional and voluntary act of relinquishing something, such as a known right to sue a person, educational institution, or business organization for an injury. Waivers and releases are commonly used by the sponsor of an event (e.g., a marathon) and schools when competitors, students, faculty, or visitors participate in a private or institution-sponsored activity. The term waiver is sometimes used to refer a document that is signed before any damages actually occur. A release is sometimes used to refer to a document that is executed after an injury has occurred. A waiver can be an effective way for a person, educational institution, or organization to inform students, parents, event participants, and family members of the risks involved in various activities and to shield the person, educational institution, or organization from liability. Courts vary in their approach to enforcing releases depending on the particular facts of each case, the effect of the release on other statutes and laws, and the view of the court of the benefits of releases as a matter of public policy. Many courts will invalidate documents signed on behalf of minors. Also, Courts do not permit persons to waive their responsibility when they have exercised gross negligence or misconduct that is intentional or criminal in nature. Such an agreement would be deemed to be against public policy because it would encourage dangerous and illegal behavior.
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  • Waiver and Release in Favor of Fitness Center
    Waiver and Release in Favor of Fitness Center

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    From:William Glover

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    A waiver or release is the intentional and voluntary act of relinquishing something, such as a known right to sue a person, educational institution, or business organization for an injury. Waivers and releases are commonly used by the sponsor of an event and schools when competitors, students, faculty, or visitors participate in a private or institution-sponsored activity. The term waiver is sometimes used to refer a document that is signed before any damages actually occur. A release is sometimes used to refer to a document that is executed after an injury has occurred. A waiver can be an effective way for a person, educational institution, or business organization to inform students, parents, event participants, and family members of the risks involved in various activities and to shield the person, educational institution, or organization from liability. Courts vary in their approach to enforcing releases depending on the particular facts of each case, the effect of the release on other statutes and laws, and the view of the court of the benefits of releases as a matter of public policy. Many courts will invalidate documents signed on behalf of minors. Also, Courts do not permit persons to waive their responsibility when they have exercised gross negligence or misconduct that is intentional or criminal in nature. Such an agreement would be deemed to be against public policy because it would encourage dangerous and illegal behavior.
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  • Purchase and Sale Contract - Owner finance - mobile home and furnishings
    Purchase and Sale Contract - Owner finance - mobile home and furnishings

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    From:Richard Duggan

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    Purchase and Sale Contract - Owner finance - mobile home and furnishings
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  • Purchase and Sale Contract - Cash purchase - mobile home and furnishings
    Purchase and Sale Contract - Cash purchase - mobile home and furnishings

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    From:Richard Duggan

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    Purchase and Sale Contract - Cash purchase - mobile home and furnishings
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  • Legal Forms - Signatures, Acknowledgements and Notaries
    Legal Forms - Signatures, Acknowledgements and Notaries

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    From:Richard Duggan

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    Forms - Signatures, Acknowledgements and Notaries
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  • Personal Property Lease Agreement with Option to Purchase
    Personal Property Lease Agreement with Option to Purchase

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    From:William Glover

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    Article 2A of the Uniform Commercial Code covers any transaction that creates a lease of goods, as well as subleases of goods. However, some provisions of Article 2A apply only to consumer leases (which involve goods “primarily for a personal, family, or household purpose,” and total lease payments that are less than $25,000.
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  • Motor Vehicle Lease
    Motor Vehicle Lease

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    From:William Glover

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    The following Lease is meant to be used by one individual dealing with another individual rather than a dealership situation. It therefore does not contain disclosures required by the Federal Consumer Leasing Act
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  • General Form of Covenant Not to Sue
    General Form of Covenant Not to Sue

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    From:William Glover

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    A covenant not to sue is an agreement entered into by a person who has a legal claim against another but agrees not to pursue the claim. Such a covenant does not extinguish a cause of action and does not release other joint tortfeasors.
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  • AXJ � MOCION DE CENSURA SPAIN
    AXJ � MOCION DE CENSURA SPAIN

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    From:AXJ INTERNATIONAL

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    AXJ � MOCION DE CENSURA SPAIN
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  • AXJ � WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FOR CEO (DOC download)
    AXJ � WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FOR CEO (DOC download)

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    From:AXJ INTERNATIONAL

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    AXJ � WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FOR CEO.
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  • Affidavit of Heirship– Decedent Left No Will
    Affidavit of Heirship– Decedent Left No Will

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    From:William Glover

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    An affidavit of heirship is commonly used to establish ownership of property, usually land, in cases when the deceased did not leave a will.
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  • Affidavit By Claimant of Lost Property
    Affidavit By Claimant of Lost Property

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    From:William Glover

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    Property is lost when the owner does not know where property is located, but intends to find it. Another definition is, Lost property is property that an owner has misplaced without intending to give up ownership. A person who finds lost property does not acquire title to the property. At most, a finder of lost property is entitled to possession of the property until it is claimed by the owner. Some States have statutes that permit the finder of lost property to sell or keep it after a certain period of time. Usually, these statutes require some sort of publication of notice.
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  • Affidavit regarding Loss of Certificate of Title to Vehicle
    Affidavit regarding Loss of Certificate of Title to Vehicle

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    From:William Glover

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    An affidavit must be in writing and be sworn to or affirmed before some legally authorized officer. Statutes of various jurisdictions ordinarily prescribe various formal requirements for the affidavits. These requirements may be just proper form or may be essential as to the legal effect of the affidavit. The formal requirements of an affidavit usually are: 1. The identification of the place where the affidavit was taken (i.e., the venue); 2. The signature of the affiant (i.,e., the person giving the affidavit); and 3. The certificate evidencing the fact that the affidavit was properly made before a duly authorized officer (i.e. the jurat), which includes the proper authentication by the authorized officer.
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  • Living Will
    Living Will

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    From:Elijah Chai

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    This is a Living Will, which allows you to leave adequate instructions to those responsible for your continued life-support to terminate such usage and allow you to die naturally should you be so incapacitated.
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