This Loan Agreement is designed to protect the Lender's interest and should only be completed by the Lender. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
When your Austalian company loans or gives you money you need a 'Division 7A loan agreement'. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
Use this Australian general power of attorney to delegate authority to someone else to act on your behalf, usually for a short and specified period of time.
This kit provides you with all the formalities to establish an Australian Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) that is compliant with the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
This UK loan agreement sets out the terms for a borrower (with no security) to receiver funds from a lender. The lender maybe an individual or a corporate body and the borrower, an individual or company.
As there is no security involved, this type of agreement is commonly suitable for lending within a family, within a company or partnership where the borrower is a Director or Partner.
The borrowed amount of money can be used for any reason.
This lending agreement allows you to manage your own legal matters in a cost effective manner.
This co-ownership of property agreement might be perfect for you if you are considering buying a property with a family member or friend, or thinking of separation from your partner.
Use this New Zealand general power of attorney to delegate authority to someone else to act on your behalf, usually for a short and specified period of time.
A Partnership Agreement is a legal document that memorializes the partnership of two or more individuals (not husband and wife) in a for-profit business endeavour.
This Commercial Lease Agreement creates clearly enforceable legal rights and obligations that are binding on both the Landlord and the Tenant. Suitable for use throughout Australia.
A Section 21(a) notice is used to formally end a UK residential tenancy when the term of the tenancy has ended and the tenants have fore filled their obligations and further not breached their agreement. It must be provided to the tenant before the landlord can gain access to the property.
A General Power of Attorney document authorizes an individual to act on his or her behalf in legal, financial, and business matters.
Specifically designed for use between an employer and employee, setting forth the terms of the employment relationship, including salary, duties, benefits and more.
A simple partnership agreement for the operation of a New Zealand partnership, with the ability to buy out a deceased's partner's share. This agreement assumes the partners will make unequal capital contributions and will share any profits or losses on an unequal basis.
A simple deed to record a loan that is owing with equal monthly principal and interest payments, with allowance for full or partial early repayment. The Loan document may be used for personal loans, and may be suitable for some business lending between associated parties. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.
This is a simple loan agreement suitable for lending to friends or family. It is intended to make clear to the borrower that the arrangement is "for real" and that the lender intends that the money should be repaid on time as agreed. Complies with relevant New Zealand legislation.
Specifically designed to provide the guidelines, forms and detailed instructions on how to fill out and file the necessary Chapter 7 Bankruptcy forms.
A Commercial Lease Agreement is necessary when any Landlord wishes to rent commercial real estate (such as a store, office, warehouse etc.), to a potential Tenant.
All parties who provide goods and services should have clearly written terms of trade. New Zealand focused.
A Pre-nuptial Agreement suitable for a New Zealand couple.
The property rights of both married and de facto couples (including same-sex couples) who have lived together for three years have been governed by the same equal-sharing rules in the Property (Relationship) Act.
Couples have the option of either making their own property agreement (referred to as 'contracting out' of the Act), in which case their property will be divided in ways that they specify in the agreement, or to not make any agreement of their own, in which case they will automatically be covered by the equal-sharing rules in the Act.
A couple who decides to contract out of the Act will need to follow some special procedural rules (including each person getting independent legal advice) in order for the agreement to be valid.
This Pre-nuptial Agreement (agreement to 'contract out' of the Property Relationships Act) allows you to take control and reach an agreement with your partner regarding the division of wealth between youselves. It allows you to manage your own legal matters in a cost effective manner. Guideline & notes are provided. Also see the HowTo article 'How to enter into a property agreement'.
A Separation Agreement suitable for a New Zealand couple.
If you and/or your partner (married, in a civil partnership, separated or just living together) decide to separate, you can enter into a separation agreement. Married couples or civil union partners may also decide to apply for a separation order from the Family Court.
A separation agreement is a legally enforceable contract, except that
-to the extent that the agreement deals with relationship property issues, there are procedural requirements it must satisfy in order to be legally valid.
- to the extent that it deals with care arrangements for children, the agreement does not give legal rights that could be enforced in the courts. In making decisions about care arrangements, the court will be concerned only with what is in the best interests of the children.
This Separation agreement allows you to manage your own legal matters in a cost effective manner. Guideline & notes are provided. Also see the HowTo article 'How to enter into a formal separation agreement'.
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