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Wills & Power of Attorney

  • Advance Decision
    Advance Decision
    An Advance Decision, also known as Living Will or Health Care Directive, expresses an individual's health care and medical treatment wishes in the event they can no longer make medical decisions for themselves.
  • Enduring Power of Attorney Registration
    Enduring Power of Attorney Registration
    An Enduring Power of Attorney Registration allows an attorney to register an Enduring Power of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) when the donor shows signs of mental incapacitation. An Enduring Power of Attorney must be registered before it can be used.
  • Health Care Directive
    Health Care Directive
    An Advance Decision, also known as Living Will or Health Care Directive, expresses an individual's health care and medical treatment wishes in the event they can no longer make medical decisions for themselves.
  • Last Will and Testament
    Last Will and Testament
    A Last Will and Testament is an important legal document that allows an individual to appoint an executor and specify how they would like their assets divided after they pass away.
  • Lasting Power of Attorney Registration
    Lasting Power of Attorney Registration
    A Lasting Power of Attorney Registration allows a donor or attorney to register a Lasting Power of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) and to notify attorneys of the registration. Once registered, the Lasting Power of Attorney comes into effect.
  • Living Will
    Living Will
    An Advance Decision, also known as Living Will or Health Care Directive, expresses an individual's health care and medical treatment wishes in the event they can no longer make medical decisions for themselves.
  • Power of Attorney
    Power of Attorney
    A Power of Attorney allows an individual to grant powers to another person to act on his or her behalf.
  • Revocation of Power of Attorney
    Revocation of Power of Attorney
    A Revocation of Power of Attorney is used to revoke or cancel an existing Power of Attorney.

Eviction Notices

  • Section 25 Notice
    Section 25 Notice
    A Section 25 Notice is used by a landlord to end a commercial tenancy and propose terms for renewing the tenancy, or to end the tenancy and refuse to start a new tenancy, whereby the landlord regains possession of the property.
  • Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)
    Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)
    A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term.
  • Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)
    Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)
    A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term.
  • Section 21 Notice (Periodic Term)
    Section 21 Notice (Periodic Term)
    A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term. A Section 21 Notice (Periodic) is used by a landlord to end a periodic term after the fixed term has expired. A Section 8 Notice is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy before the fixed term has expired.
  • Section 8 Notice
    Section 8 Notice
    A Section 8 Notice is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy before the fixed term has expired. This type of notice can only be issued when the tenant has violated the Tenancy Agreement or one of the mandatory grounds for eviction.
  • Section 25 Notice
    Section 25 Notice
    A Section 25 Notice is used by a landlord to end a commercial tenancy and propose terms for renewing the tenancy, or to end the tenancy and refuse to start a new tenancy, whereby the landlord regains possession of the property.
  • Section 26 Notice
    Section 26 Notice
    A Section 26 Notice is used by a tenant to request and set terms for a new commercial tenancy.

Loans, Debt, and IOUs

  • Amortization Schedule
    Amortization Schedule
    An Amortization Schedule calculates the time it will take to pay off a debt, such as a loan or mortgage, by determining how much of each monthly payment will go towards the principal and the amount that will go towards the interest.
  • Demand Letter
    Demand Letter
    A Demand Letter is a formal letter sent out by one party to request outstanding action or payment from another party.
  • Loan Agreement
    Loan Agreement
    A Loan Agreement outlines the terms of a loan between a borrower and lender, and sets out a payment plan for the borrower to repay the lender.
  • Promissory Note
    Promissory Note
    A Promissory Note is used when a lender agrees to lend money to a borrower. It sets out the payment terms for a borrower to pay back the debt to a lender.
  • Waiver/Release Agreement
    Waiver/Release Agreement
    A Release/Waiver Agreement is a form used to ensure that a party will not proceed with a legal claim in exchange for compensation.

Service Forms

  • Catering Service Agreement
    Catering Service Agreement
    A Catering Service Agreement is used when a customer hires a caterer to prepare and serve food at an event.
  • Child Care Services Agreement
    Child Care Services Agreement
    A Child Care Services Agreement is a written contract that is used when a child care provider is hired by a parent or guardian to care for a child.
  • Cleaning Services Agreement
    Cleaning Services Agreement
    A Cleaning Services Agreement is a contract used when a customer hires an individual or business to perform cleaning services in exchange for compensation.
  • Computer Services Agreement
    Computer Services Agreement
    A Computer Services Agreement is a contract used when computer services are provided by an individual or company to a customer in exchange for compensation.
  • Consulting Agreement
    Consulting Agreement
    A Consulting Agreement sets out the terms of a working relationship between a consultant and a client. It includes compensation, services provided, confidentiality clauses, and more.
  • Independent Contractor Agreement
    Independent Contractor Agreement
    An Independent Contractor Agreement outlines the terms of a project, commitment, or job (e.g. build a fence) that an independent contractor (e.g. carpenter) is hired by a client to complete.
  • Service Agreement
    Service Agreement
    A Service Agreement is a contract used when a service provider offers his or her services to a customer in exchange for pay.
  • Child Medical Consent
    Child Medical Consent
    A Child Medical Consent is a document where a parent or guardian grants permission to another adult to make medical decisions for a minor child.
  • Child Travel Consent
    Child Travel Consent
    A Child Travel Consent gives a minor child parental permission to travel with a group, one parent, another person, or alone.

Letting Forms

  • Commercial Letting/Business Lease
    Commercial Letting/Business Lease
    A Commercial Letting Agreement is a written agreement between a landlord and business tenant, where the tenant will let the property for commercial purposes in exchange for money paid to the landlord.
  • Commercial Sublease Agreement
    Commercial Sublease Agreement
    A Commercial Sublease Agreement is used by a tenant to transfer his or her letting obligations to a third party for the remainder of the lease term. The new tenant is held to the terms of the master lease, but the original tenant is still responsible for ensuring rent is paid and there is no damage to the property.
  • Flatmate Agreement
    Flatmate Agreement
    A Flatmate Agreement is a contract between flatmates to establish rules for the shared tenancy.
  • Lease Amendment
    Lease Amendment
    A Lease Amendment is used to make changes to an existing Tenancy Agreement. The original lease remains in effect, but includes the amendments.
  • Lease Assignment Agreement
    Lease Assignment Agreement
    A Lease Assignment Agreement is a written contract that allows a tenant to transfer his or her remaining interests in a lease to a third party.
  • Residential Rental Inspection Report
    Residential Rental Inspection Report
    A Residential Rental Inspection Report is used to document the physical condition of a property before and after a residential tenancy.
  • Tenancy Agreement
    Tenancy Agreement
    A Tenancy Agreement creates a residential tenancy between a landlord and tenant, and outlines the rights and responsibilities of each party during the term.

Sales Forms

  • Bill of Sale
    Bill of Sale
    A Bill of Sale transfers ownership of an item from one party to another.
  • Complaint Letter
    Complaint Letter
    A Complaint Letter is written by a consumer describing a problem they had with the product or service that was provided to them by an individual or business.
  • Purchase of Business Agreement
    Purchase of Business Agreement
    A Purchase of Business Agreement is a written contract used when an individual or business wishes to purchase all the shares or assets from a business.

Business Documents

  • Business Plan
    Business Plan
    A Business Plan outlines a company's challenges and opportunities, as well as its marketing, financial, and management plans. It is commonly used to present business proposals to investors.
  • Confidentiality Agreement
    Confidentiality Agreement
    A Confidentiality Agreement maintains privacy during agreements when confidential information is exchanged between two parties.
  • Directors' Resolution
    Directors' Resolution
    A Directors' Resolution can be used to record minutes at a directors' meeting or to document decisions or actions in lieu of a corporate meeting.
  • Joint Venture Agreement
    Joint Venture Agreement
    A Joint Venture Agreement creates a business arrangement where two or more parties unite resources to complete a mutual goal or project.
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement
    Non-Disclosure Agreement
    A Non-Disclosure Agreement is used to protect sensitive information that is shared between two parties during an agreement.
  • Partnership Agreement
    Partnership Agreement
    A Partnership Agreement establishes the rights and responsibilities of general partners, as well as the rules in a for-profit partnership.
  • Purchase of Business Agreement
    Purchase of Business Agreement
    A Purchase of Business Agreement is a written contract used when an individual or business wishes to purchase all the shares or assets from a business.

Employment Forms

  • Confidentiality Agreement
    Confidentiality Agreement
    A Confidentiality Agreement maintains privacy during agreements when confidential information is exchanged between two parties.
  • Employment Contract
    Employment Contract
    An Employment Contract establishes the rights, expectations, and obligations of an employer and employee in a working relationship. It includes the details of employment, such as compensation, work hours, job duties, sick pay, and more.
  • Employee Evaluation
    Employee Evaluation
    An Employee Evaluation allows an employer to analyse an employee's job performance, and suggest areas for improvement.
  • Pay Rise Agreement
    Pay Rise Agreement
    A Pay Rise Agreement is used to increase an employee's salary without having to create a new Employment Contract.

Other Forms

  • Amending Agreement
    Amending Agreement
    An Amending Agreement modifies an existing agreement. The original agreement remains in effect, but includes the amendments.
  • Cease & Desist
    Cease & Desist
    A Cease and Desist Letter is sent out by a party to request an individual or business stop (cease) an action, and refrain (desist) from doing it in the future .
  • Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement
    Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement
    A Hold Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement is used to protect one or more individuals by limiting liability, losses, or damages that may result from their participation in an activity.
  • Letter of Intent
    Letter of Intent
    A Letter of Intent is a written statement describing a future understanding between two parties.
  • Memorandum of Understanding
    Memorandum of Understanding
    A Letter of Intent is a written statement describing a future understanding between two parties.
  • Waiver/Release Agreement
    Waiver/Release Agreement
    A Release/Waiver Agreement is a form used to ensure that a party will not proceed with a legal claim in exchange for compensation.
  • Separation Agreement
    Separation Agreement
    A Separation Agreement is used by spouses to dictate their own separation terms. The agreement may specify shared and separate property and debts, as well as spousal and child maintenance, prior to a divorce judgement.
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