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  • Copyright Assignment - DOC
    Copyright Assignment - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A copyright assignment is the transfer of an owner’s property rights in a given creative work or works. Such transfers may occur on their own or as parts of larger asset sales or purchases. Copyright assignment agreements both provide records of ownership and transfer and protect the rights of all parties. If you follow the enclosed sample and guidelines, you will have a written acknowledgment of the rights and responsibilities being transferred as part of your sale. This will provide essential documentation of ownership and liability obligations and you will be well on your way to establishing a clear record of title for all of your copyrighted works.
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  • Mutual NDA MUTUAL NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT This Mutual Non
    Mutual NDA MUTUAL NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT This Mutual Non

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    At their core, non-disclosure agreements build relationships of trust between two or more parties. The agreements contemplate situations in which at least one party is sharing confidential and proprietary information with the other, and protect the immediate and future security of the disclosed information. Once signed, a non-disclosure agreement allows for open dialogue between parties, creating an environment in which information can be discussed freely and the true objectives of the meeting or relationship can be met (e.g., a company can be funded, a strategic partnership can be established, etc.). There are two key types of non-disclosure agreements: unilateral and mutual. Mutual non-disclosure agreements (like the agreement contained in this packet) should be used when each side will be sharing confidential information, as when the parties are considering the creation of a partnership, joint venture, or merger.
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  • Copyright License Agreement (Written Work)
    Copyright License Agreement (Written Work)

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A non-exclusive copyright license agreement allows the licensee to use (but not own) the owner’s creative works. Licensing can help a company obtain rights needed to sell or manufacture its own products effectively and easily, while lending the licensee an established image. The marketing efforts made by the licensee will in turn benefit the licensor’s art and reputation. Use the enclosed document to license a copyrighted written work for use by another party. The copyright holder will know that its rights are protected, and the licensee will be well on its way to getting rights to material needed to complete its work.
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  • Notice of Breach of Contract NOTICE OF BREACH OF CONTRACT BY REGISTERED MAIL Insert Date
    Notice of Breach of Contract NOTICE OF BREACH OF CONTRACT BY REGISTERED MAIL Insert Date

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    The enclosed document should be used to provide notice of a breach to another party, and to inform that party that it has only a certain number of days to remedy the problem. The letter is constructed to be professional and concise, and as a reiteration of the party’s duties. A notice of this kind should not be used to chastise or threaten the other party: this can prove counterproductive and make the other party reluctant to work with you towards a solution. A well-drafted breach of contract notice can stop a small breach from becoming a large one, and may prevent additional issues from developing. This letter allows you to reiterate your expectations and concerns, citing the specific parts of the agreement that have been breached. With the enclosed form, you may be able to salvage your agreement and maintain and develop your amicable working relationship.
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  • Property Management Agreement
    Property Management Agreement

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A property manager (sometimes called a real estate manager) is a person or company that oversees the performance of your income-producing property, ensuring that your investment provides you with maximum revenue and minimum headache. A property manager can take on many responsibilities, including marketing open units, leasing apartments, maintaining and improving the property, collecting rent, negotiating agreements, addressing tenant problems and much, much more. The enclosed document can provide a good starting point for your property management arrangement. Once you have agreed on contract terms and have signed the attached form, each party can focus on its area of expertise--the owner on the development of its business and the manager on the tasks assigned.
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  • Earnest Money Promissory Note
    Earnest Money Promissory Note

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Buying real estate is an expensive and time-consuming activity. Although you may wish to demonstrate your good faith intent to buy the property, giving cash to a prospective seller isn’t a good idea. Moreover, it may not be easy to produce the deposit at the exact moment the seller demands it. In such cases, a buyer may wish to offer an earnest money promissory note as evidence of its good faith intent to purchase the property. This package contains everything you’ll need to customize and complete your earnest money promissory note.
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  • Landlord Consent to Sublease
    Landlord Consent to Sublease

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Many contracts include provisions indicating that they (and the responsibilities that accompany them) cannot be subleased without the written permission of one or both parties. In most lease agreements, for example, tenants are not permitted to sublease their interests without the prior written consent of their landlord. Use the enclosed document to consent to your tenant’s sublease of his or her interest. Successful property management begins with good documentation, and a properly-drafted and executed consent will start your new rental relationship off on the right foot.
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  • Arbitration Agreement - DOC
    Arbitration Agreement - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    In the business world, disputes are inevitable. Small disagreements may be resolved between the parties, but larger ones may linger and grow, leading to hard feelings, delayed deals, and lost business. The court system was designed to determine these issues, allowing the parties to argue their cases before a judge or jury. When parties want to arbitrate their issues, an arbitration agreement (sometimes called a “submission agreement”) can be drafted and submitted to the selected arbitrator. Arbitration will take the place of a trial, and the parties give up their right to go to court in exchange for a quick and cost-effective resolution.
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  • Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement - DOC
    Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    An intellectual property assignment is the transfer of an owner’s property rights in copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, or other intangible creations. Such transfers may occur on their own or as parts of larger asset sales or purchases. Intellectual property assignment agreements both provide records of ownership and transfer and protect the rights of all parties. If you follow the enclosed model and guidelines, you will have a written acknowledgment of the rights and responsibilities being transferred as part of your sale. This will provide essential documentation of ownership and liability obligations and you will be well on your way to establishing a clear record of title for all of your intellectual property.
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  • Independent Contractor Agreement - DOC
    Independent Contractor Agreement - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    In addition to the obvious expenses of salaries, bonuses, and other compensation, employees can cost a company in more subtle ways, requiring further outlays for benefits, payroll taxes, insurance premiums, office space, and equipment. These fixed costs don’t apply to independent contractors: companies can use such individuals for specific tasks as the business requires, and avoid the legal minefields of hiring and firing staff according to the ebb and flow of the market. Organizations can choose experts to perform the necessary work at the time it’s needed, and can avoid the cost and hassle of providing additional education or training to current employees. There are risks, of course, for a business using independent contractors, the most dangerous of which is that those individuals will be reclassified as employees. If this happens, the company that used those contractors will be required to reimburse the IRS or state tax authority for delinquent employment taxes, interest, and penalties. Indeed, the IRS has itself said that written independent contractor agreements may provide dispositive evidence that individuals have not been working as employees. The enclosed document should provide a good starting point for your contracting arrangement. Both parties must continue to discuss the terms of their agreement, settling questions about work parameters, payment, and responsibilities. Once you have agreed on contract terms and have signed the attached form, each party can focus on its area of expertise: the company on the development of its business and the contractor on the tasks assigned.
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  • Domain Name Assignment Agreement - DOC
    Domain Name Assignment Agreement - DOC

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    $9.95

    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A domain name assignment is the transfer of an owner’s property rights in a given domain name or names. Such transfers may occur on their own or as parts of larger asset sales or purchases. Domain name assignments both provide records of ownership and transfer and protect the rights of all parties. If you follow the enclosed sample and guidelines, you will have a written acknowledgment of the rights and responsibilities being transferred as part of your sale. This will provide essential documentation of ownership and liability obligations and you will be well on your way to establishing a clear record of title for all of your domain names.
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  • Employment Agreement - DOC
    Employment Agreement - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    By providing written employment terms—including details of compensation, position, and at-will status — the company is creating a legal document that, when signed, can prove valuable if disputes occur. A written agreement lists employment terms, limiting later confusion and disagreement about those provisions. An express statement of terms not only eliminates ambiguities, but also establishes a working relationship built on mutual understanding. This document contains employment agreement essentials, including a standard form that can easily be revised and used again for the hiring of future employees.
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  • Employee Termination Letter - DOC
    Employee Termination Letter - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    At some point in the life of every organization, managers will need to fire employees. Without a written employment agreement or a specific state-granted right, employment is considered to be “at will” and can be terminated with or without cause or notice. If employment is at will, a termination letter can be used to end the employment relationship, setting forth the details and reasons for the termination, and specifying any severance package that will follow. An employee termination letter must be clear and concise, and should include all relevant information about the arrangement. If the employee has a contract with the company, employers should be aware of and fulfill any obligations they may have under that agreement before looking to terminate an employee. In some cases, early notice may be required and a well-crafted termination letter can provide that notice while protecting the employer from lawsuits down the road. This document contains the essential elements of an employee termination letter. It is designed for easy revision and reuse with future employees.
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  • Website Development Agreement - DOC
    Website Development Agreement - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    In the modern marketplace, developing and maintaining an active web presence is essential. The enclosed document should provide a good starting point for drafting a contract to cover the development of a company’s website. Both parties must continue to discuss the terms of their agreement, settling questions about work parameters, payment, and responsibilities. Once you have agreed on contract terms and have signed the attached form, each party can focus on its area of development: the company on its business and the contractor on the website itself.
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  • Dog Walking Agreement
    Dog Walking Agreement

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Hiring a professional dog walker allows you to take care of your pet’s needs when you are unavailable to do so. A well-constructed agreement protects both the owner and the walker, making sure each party understands its rights and responsibilities in the arrangement. The enclosed contract can provide a good starting point for your negotiations. The owner and the walker must continue to discuss the terms of the agreement, settling questions about service obligations and payment.
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  • Notice of Dissolution of Partnership
    Notice of Dissolution of Partnership

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A change in the business climate or in the parties’ goals may signal that it’s time to terminate a partnership and release the parties from their duties. The partners’ agreement to terminate the partnership does not end their responsibilities to third party creditors and debtors. Individual partners may still be liable to such creditors and debtors if they have no notice of the dissolution. This may not always be accomplished by publishing a newspaper notice. In many cases, actual notice to a creditor or debtor is necessary. A well-drafted notice of dissolution of partnership can both terminate the parties’ commitments and help prevent future misunderstandings and disputes. Although no document can insulate you from later lawsuits or claims, a clear dissolution form can strengthen your defense if such claims arise. Note that notices are not ends in themselves: if you or your former partners continue to act as if the partnership were still in existence, you may both still be found liable to innocent creditors who did not know of the dissolution.
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