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  • Output Agreement with Minimum and Maximum Limits
    Output Agreement with Minimum and Maximum Limits

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    From:William Glover

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    An output contract is one that refers to future output and in which the actual quantity of goods subject to purchase or sale is indefinite. Although output contracts are ordinarily associated with production or manufacturing enterprises, Uniform Commercial Code � 2-306 is not limited to such factual situations. The broad definition of seller and buyer in Uniform Commercial Code � 2-103(1)(a), (o) makes the provision applicable regardless of the character or purpose of the seller or buyer. The drafter, in preparing a contract or agreement for the sale of goods, may wish to prepare a simple output contract in which the buyer agrees to take all of a given product for a specified period of time. In preparing an output contract or agreement for the sale of goods, it is desirable, if possible, to specify maximum amounts that may be tendered or demanded, in this way fixing the bounds of performances and eliminating to some extent questions of construction. If this cannot be done, the next best course is to set forth an estimate of the amount of goods that is to be furnished or demanded. When an estimate is included, care must be taken to make the estimate a reasonable one, that is, one bearing a reasonable relationship to the actual output or requirements.
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  • Agreement Between Carrier and Owner of Motor Vehicle Equipment
    Agreement Between Carrier and Owner of Motor Vehicle Equipment

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    From:William Glover

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    Article 7 of the UCC defines carrier as a person that issues a bill of lading. A bill of lading is a document generated by a shipper, detailing a shipment of merchandise, giving title to the goods, and requiring the carrier to release the merchandise to a named party at the destination. A bailee means a person that by a warehouse receipt, bill of lading, or other document of title acknowledges possession of goods and contracts to deliver them. A shipper means a person that enters into a contract of transportation with a carrier.
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  • Amended and Restated Operating Agreement Regarding Admission of New Member
    Amended and Restated Operating Agreement Regarding Admission of New Member

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    From:William Glover

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    A limited liability company (LLC) is a separate legal entity that can conduct business just like a corporation with many of the advantages of a partnership. It is taxed as a partnership. Its owners are called members and receive income from the LLC just as a partner would. There is no tax on the LLC entity itself. The members are not personally liable for the debts and obligations of the entity like partners would be. Management of an LLC is vested in its members. An operating agreement is executed by the members and operates much the same way a partnership agreement operates. Profits and losses are shared according to the terms of the operating agreement.
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  • Consolidation Agreement along with Certificates of Secretaries
    Consolidation Agreement along with Certificates of Secretaries

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    From:William Glover

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    Consolidation of Corporations is the union of two or more corporations in one corporate body, whereby, their properties, powers, rights, and privileges inure to, and their duties and obligations devolve upon, a new organization. There will be consolidation of corporations only when all the constituent companies cease to exist as separate corporations and a new corporation, the consolidated corporation, comes into being. A corporation formed by a consolidation should be a corporation succeeding to and having, owning, and exercising all the powers, rights, franchises, and immunities possessed by the corporations’ consolidated into one, provided the consolidating corporations were not parallel or competing Generally, statutes authorizing the combination of corporations prescribe the steps by which consolidation or merger may be effected. The general procedure is that the constituent corporations make a contract setting forth the terms of the merger or consolidation, which is subsequently ratified by the requisite number of stockholders of each corporation.
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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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  • Notice by Seller of Completion of Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer
    Notice by Seller of Completion of Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer

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    From:William Glover

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    A notice to the buyer is not required in order to effect a stopping of delivery to the buyer. The giving of such notice is used as a means of explaining to the buyer why the buyer is not receiving the goods so that the buyer does not think that the seller is guilty of a breach of the contract by nondelivery.
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  • Notice by Seller of Intention to Complete Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer with Buyer to give Seller Suggestions
    Notice by Seller of Intention to Complete Manufacture of Goods after Breach by Buyer with Buyer to give Seller Suggestions

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    From:William Glover

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    Uniform Commercial Code � 2-704 is one of the sections in Part 7 of Article 2 governing the remedies of the seller. It authorizes the aggrieved seller to identify to the agreement conforming goods, or to resell, complete manufacture or otherwise proceed when the goods are unfinished. The giving of a notice is not required as a condition precedent to the right of the seller to proceed in the manner above indicated. However, it is desirable to give such notice since it will impress on the buyer that the buyer has committed a breach and affords the buyer the opportunity to make some counteroffer or suggestion that may be to the advantage of both parties.
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  • Notice by Seller to Buyer on Stopping Delivery to Buyer
    Notice by Seller to Buyer on Stopping Delivery to Buyer

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    From:William Glover

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    A notice to the buyer is not required in order to effect a stopping of delivery to the buyer. The giving of such notice is used as a means of explaining to the buyer why the buyer is not receiving the goods so that the buyer does not think that the seller is guilty of a breach of the contract by nondelivery.
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  • Sample Rules and Regulations of a Hotel
    Sample Rules and Regulations of a Hotel

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    From:William Glover

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    Hotel rules are management policy or agreements between the guest and the hotel. Usually these policies are mentioned on the guest registration card which is signed by the guest at the time of check in. In Addition to this a copy of rules and regulation is also kept on all guest rooms for guest to read and understand the management policies. This can also include the local government policies which have to be followed by the guest. Below you can find sample copy of Hotel rules or Management policies used in hotels.
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  • Short Form of Output Agreement
    Short Form of Output Agreement

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    From:William Glover

    Document Overview:
    This form is a simple output contract in which the buyer agrees to take all of a given product for a specified period of time.
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  • Unanimous Written Consent of Directors Approving Consolidation with Call for Stockholders' Meeting
    Unanimous Written Consent of Directors Approving Consolidation with Call for Stockholders' Meeting

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    From:William Glover

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    The Uniform Model Business Act provides that an action requiring the consent of directors under this Act may be taken without a meeting. This is a form of resolution adopted by unanimous consent of the directors of a corporation approving a consolidation rather than having a formal meeting.
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