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A suite of documents required for ongoing trading ranging from trading contracts to licences; suitable for the sole trader, partnership, or companies.

A front sheet to cover agreements and contracts.
Taking the minutes at board meetings is a legal requirement in the UK. Directors can be held criminally liable for non-compliance. The Companies Act 0f 2006 mandates that accurate minutes of the meetings should be kept on file for 10 years. Board minutes record the decisions of a company board meeting. They accurately record decisions proposed and passed by the board.
A Board Resolutions document is a written record of an action or decision made by a company's board of directors. The resolution can be created with or without a formal meeting of directors. The board of directors make key operational decisions for the company, except for those which may be reserved for the shareholders (owners). In small companies, the directors and the shareholders may essentially be the same people.
It doesn’t matter whether you're starting up a new business or reviewing an existing one. Business Plans are most useful and key to success. This comprehensive template takes you through the typical sections needed for a sound business plan.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
Use this letter if somebody’s behaviour or course of conduct is troubling you. This could be a supplier, customer or even a neighbour! Feel free to download in 'word' and amend if you wish.
It is usual for an employee’s work situation to change over time. This may be a pay rise, promotion, change of role, or move of location. Whatever the change, upon the basis the employee has a written contract, it will be cheaper and quicker to record the change of circumstances by a letter rather than preparing and signing a brand new full contract.
Use this letter if you're unhappy with any goods you have purchased and wish to complain or draw the matter to the seller's attention. Please feel free to download in an editable format if you wish to amend.
Use this letter if you are unhappy with services provided to you and you wish to complain or bring the matter to the attention of the person or business that provided the services to you. Please feel free to download in an editable format if you wish to amend.
This is similar to a non-disclosure agreement and is used when negotiations start between parties. Such agreements are useful to have as they permit negotiations to take place with the comfort that anything said in the course of the negotiations or any secrets or material provided is done so on a confidential basis and cannot be disclosed to any third persons without consent. These agreements can also protect against poaching of employees and customers who come to light during the negotiations. Each party simply signs and keeps a copy for their own use.
A 'business consultancy agreement' document.
A Party to a contract may find itself in situations where it doesn’t wish to or cannot stay in the contract any longer. It may wish to transfer the contract to another party. Accordingly, the rights and obligations may be transferred to a different party. This is called ‘Assignment’.
All employees have an employment contract with their employer. A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s employment conditions, rights, responsibilities and duties. These are called the ‘terms’ of the contract. Employees and employers must stick to a contract until it ends (eg by an employer or employee giving notice or an employee being dismissed) or until the terms are changed (usually by agreement between the employee and employer).
If the time has come to end a contract, it might be an idea to do so in writing, as such this letter would introduce clarity e.g. confirming the termination date together with any other matters the parties wish to deal with in an orderly fashion. If straightforward, why not use a letter to save time and expense? The letter needs to be signed by someone appropriately authorised.
If the time has come to end a contract, it might be an idea to do so in writing, as such this agreement would introduce clarity e.g. confirming the termination date together with any other matters the parties wish to deal with in an orderly fashion. If straightforward, you could use the letter template but if there are post-termination matters to deal with such as return of property or a payment run off, it might be better to use this Termination Agreement. The agreement needs to be signed by someone appropriately authorised.
Circumstances sometimes change and the original purpose or requirements of a contract may change. If so, and if the changes are not wholesale, it might be an idea to reflect these by amending or varying the original contract instead of writing a new whole new one.
This template letter is a friendly written first contact when one of your bills/debts/accounts appear not to have been paid. Hopefully, this letter will prompt payment but if the sum remains unpaid please see our further options to send something more forceful!
A 'business letter accepting payments in instalments' document.
Use this letter to threaten court proceedings when all previous efforts have failed to achieve results. This is however a formal letter confirming that you will proceed to a court to seek the required remedy. Accordingly, it is not the letter to send more than once and tends to be used by those who really mean it!
A 'business letter proposing payments in instalments' document.
A 'business second debt recovery letter' document.
A 'business distribution agreement' document.
A 'business email footer and disclaimer' document. Use this insert if you have set up a business e-mail account!
A 'business fire risk assessment' template document. Useful for all our customers whether personal, partnership, companies or other organisations. We provide this free of charge (PDF Download only).
A non-binding document outlining the main issues relevant to a tentative sale, partnership, or other agreement. Such documents can be legally binding if the agreement document contains terms or language which explicitly indicates a binding intention.
A simple agreement between you (the owner) and short term tenants. If you let your property for holiday reasons, the law states you can do this without the occupiers gaining any rights to remain in the property. There are no term restrictions on the length of the holiday itself, but it must really be an actual holiday.
A 'Home Office Rental Agreement' document useful for the self employed or those wishing to rent out. The home is clearly a most resourceful asset. With the advent of airbnb, not only have owners been letting out properties as holiday lets but there is a new trend to let out houses for office purposes. The self employed who work from home have been renting their home office space to their business for some time now.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
A 'Job Description' document useful for all businesses, employers and HR departments. Clear expectations of employees are explained at the outset of their employment about what is expected of them. This template is the perfect starting place as the outline defining a person’s role, expected skills and accountabilities.
A 'business job offer letter' document specially prepared for businesses, HR departments and the self employed. We also have a "Job Description" template which goes hand in hand with this letter. Letters reduce uncertainty and introduce clarity in respect of the terms and expectations.
a letter confirming the termination of deliveries which could be anything for businesses, the self employed or personal individual
A letter of intent (LOI or LoI, and sometimes capitalized as "Letter of Intent" in legal writing, but only when referring to a specific document under discussion) is a document outlining the understanding between two or more parties which understanding they intend to formalize in a legally binding agreement. The concept is similar to a heads of agreement (terms).
A 'business assignment of Intellectual Property' (IP) document, suitable for individual owners or organisations. A licence is an agreement between the IP owner and another party. It grants them permission to do something that would be an infringement of the rights without the licence. IP can be licensed to another business or individual in return for a fee (if required).
A business or private and personal loan agreement suitable for family/friends/individuals/organisations. Please note that this template is not for a consumer credit type regulated activity.
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
The "One Way" indicates it is in favour of the "Discloser" (those giving the confidential information to a "Recipient") - A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
A 'business non executive director letter of appointment' document suitable for all types of companies and HR functions.
A 'business office sharing agreement' document, useful for any size organisation with spare office space wishing to rent out. Office sharing is a popular and growing concept that permits organisations which own or control office space to share or rent out workstations or self-contained units to other organisations (maybe smaller ones) who are looking for flexible affordable work-space.
An agreement for one company to guarantee another, useful if the company you are contracting with is young or has fragile finances.
A 'business partnership agreement' document.
An agreement to terminate or dissolve a partnership thereby recording agreed business issues on termination. Dissolving or ending a partnership can be difficult. Especially for those who didn’t bother with a written partnership agreement. When dissolving a partnership without a separate deed, the default position is that assets and liabilities are split equally.
An agreement which varies or amends an existing Partnership Agreement. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement, in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is minor, it might be easier to use the Minor Amends template, but either will suit your requirements.
An agreement to vary a Partnership Agreement or Deed, thereby ensuring that all changes are recorded and agreed by the partners. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement (i.e. noted variations to clauses), in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is more material (significant) it might be an idea to restate your Partnership Agreement and use the Major Amends template.
A promissory note is a written note of a promise to pay monies to someone - also known as an IOU, or loan agreement. It will have legal standing confirming that the borrower promises to repay to the lender a certain amount of money in a certain time frame.
A Purchase Order' template document for easy completion and reference. A purchase order ("PO") is a business document and first official offer issued by a buyer to a seller indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. It is used to control the purchasing of products and services from external suppliers. Purchase orders can be an essential part of resource planning.
A 'business rent deposit deed' document.
A 'Room rental agreement' document. This is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which is only for private residential use when you want to formally rent out a room rather than the whole property.
an agreement which deals with the sale of the shares in a business
A contract for any business selling goods and services. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A contract of terms and conditions for the sale of goods and services to consumers. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Without one, but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of goods agreement (contract) document between businesses. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A terms and conditions contract for the sale of goods by a business to a retail consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A private individual "Sale of Personal Goods Contract" between a buyer and seller. s it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of Personal Goods letter. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a letter signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want – it’s clear from the emails! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a letter (contract) but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A contract for any business selling services to another business. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Terms and Conditions contract template for sale of services from a business to a consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A business "Sales Agency" agreement document for the sale of goods. Is it tempting to shake hands with your new Agent instead of getting a contract signed? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A 'business senior employment contract' document. this is useful for HR functions and all types of organisations. A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and employee and is the basis of the employment relationship.
A settlement agreement (formerly known as a ‘compromise agreement) is a legally binding contract between employer and employee which details and settles all potential claims possible against an employer. A settlement agreement is typically used at the end of employment. It can however be used to settle a disagreement during employment.
A share certificate is a written document signed on behalf of a company that serves as legal proof of ownership of the number of shares indicated. A share certificate is also referred to as a stock certificate.
A 'business subcontracting agreement' document.
A 'business term sheet' document.A term sheet is a bullet-point document outlining the material terms and conditions of a potential business agreement, transaction or formation. After a term sheet has been signed off, it guides those people working on the project in its preparation.
A 'personal vehicle bill of sale' document for private sellers useful for businesses (other than the motor trade) or private individuals. This agreement is designed for a sale of a vehicle between private individuals or businesses and not the motor trade. A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a document that can be used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer.
A 'business website privacy policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'Website terms and conditions' document. It is considered best practice to install appropriate terms and conditions on your website. If you do collect personal data, you must by law have a compliant privacy policy.
A 'business zero hours contract' document, suitable for all businesses, organisations and HR functions. A worker contract is an agreement between an employer and a worker (who may not be an employee) and is the basis of the working relationship.
A 'business working time directive opt out letter' document, useful for individuals and workers, employees, businesses, senior management, and HR departments where individuals agree to provide more hours than the statutory maximum.
 

A collection of essential policies for any company looking to operate effectively in the UK. Covering areas such as data security, equal opportunities, maternity and flexible working (to name a few!), you'll have a suite of ready made company policies that you can issue to your workforce.

A 'business data protection and data security policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business disciplinary procedure policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business environmental policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business equal opportunities policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business fire risk assessment' template document. Useful for all our customers whether personal, partnership, companies or other organisations. We provide this free of charge (PDF Download only).
A 'business flexible working policy' document for all your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business grievance policy and procedure' document for your HR and employee needs.
A 'business health and safety policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business maternity policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business parental leave policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business paternity policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business redundancy policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business sickness policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business social media policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business website privacy policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'Website terms and conditions' document. It is considered best practice to install appropriate terms and conditions on your website. If you do collect personal data, you must by law have a compliant privacy policy.
 

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A collection of letters dealing with financial matters, including late or missed payments. These are designed to help you process and arrange cash-flow matters freeing you to concentrate on other aspects.

This template letter is a friendly written first contact when one of your bills/debts/accounts appear not to have been paid. Hopefully, this letter will prompt payment but if the sum remains unpaid please see our further options to send something more forceful!
A 'business letter accepting payments in instalments' document.
Use this letter to threaten court proceedings when all previous efforts have failed to achieve results. This is however a formal letter confirming that you will proceed to a court to seek the required remedy. Accordingly, it is not the letter to send more than once and tends to be used by those who really mean it!
A 'business letter proposing payments in instalments' document.
A 'business second debt recovery letter' document.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
A business or private and personal loan agreement suitable for family/friends/individuals/organisations. Please note that this template is not for a consumer credit type regulated activity.
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
The "One Way" indicates it is in favour of the "Discloser" (those giving the confidential information to a "Recipient") - A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
A 'business notice of breach of covenants' document. This notice is issued under section 146 of the Law of Property Act 1925 and warns a tenant who is in breach of covenant (other than the covenant to pay rent) of the landlord's intention to forfeit the lease.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by either Landlord or Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
A claim notice by a Landlord to recover possession of a tenancy where the tenant is at fault somehow. There are two main types of possession proceedings provided for in the Housing Act 1988: section 8 and section 21. Section 8 proceedings require that the tenant be given a reason, or legal ground, as to why the landlord wants the property back in the notice.
A landlord claim for recovering possession of a tenancy where there is no fault by the tenant. A section 21 notice is brought as a no-fault notice. No reason needs to be given as to why the landlord wants the property back so it can be used for good and bad tenants alike.
A promissory note is a written note of a promise to pay monies to someone - also known as an IOU, or loan agreement. It will have legal standing confirming that the borrower promises to repay to the lender a certain amount of money in a certain time frame.
A 'business final rent demand letter' document.
A 'business rent demand letter' document.
A 'business rent deposit deed' document.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Landlord. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
A 'personal vehicle bill of sale' document for private sellers useful for businesses (other than the motor trade) or private individuals. This agreement is designed for a sale of a vehicle between private individuals or businesses and not the motor trade. A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a document that can be used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer.
 

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One of the unfortunate aspects for many in business is that of chasing the payment of invoices (sometimes referred to as "Aged Debt" or "Dunning" processes). Help is at hand with this collection of documents aimed specifically at this thorny area.

This template letter is a friendly written first contact when one of your bills/debts/accounts appear not to have been paid. Hopefully, this letter will prompt payment but if the sum remains unpaid please see our further options to send something more forceful!
A 'business letter accepting payments in instalments' document.
Use this letter to threaten court proceedings when all previous efforts have failed to achieve results. This is however a formal letter confirming that you will proceed to a court to seek the required remedy. Accordingly, it is not the letter to send more than once and tends to be used by those who really mean it!
A 'business letter proposing payments in instalments' document.
A 'business second debt recovery letter' document.
 

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A full selection of documents covering needs of both the employer and the individual. The range extends to all areas required in the work arena and assists in establishing and tailoring your workforce. A varied choice of letters will smooth processes and procedures and help improve efficiency.

An affidavit (pronounced AF-i-DAY-vit); Medieval Latin for "he has declared under oath") is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an affiant or deponent under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorized to do so by law. Such statement is witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant's signature by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public or commissioner of oaths. An affidavit is a type of verified statement or showing, or in other words, it contains a verification, meaning it is under oath or penalty of perjury, and this serves as evidence to its veracity and is required for court proceedings.
A Board Resolutions document is a written record of an action or decision made by a company's board of directors. The resolution can be created with or without a formal meeting of directors. The board of directors make key operational decisions for the company, except for those which may be reserved for the shareholders (owners). In small companies, the directors and the shareholders may essentially be the same people.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
A formal notification of a change of address. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
A letter advising people and companies of a name change. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
It is usual for an employee’s work situation to change over time. This may be a pay rise, promotion, change of role, or move of location. Whatever the change, upon the basis the employee has a written contract, it will be cheaper and quicker to record the change of circumstances by a letter rather than preparing and signing a brand new full contract.
This agreement governs the looking after children and can be used for regular or infrequent supervision periods ranging from fixed arrangements to sporadic babysitting.
This is similar to a non-disclosure agreement and is used when negotiations start between parties. Such agreements are useful to have as they permit negotiations to take place with the comfort that anything said in the course of the negotiations or any secrets or material provided is done so on a confidential basis and cannot be disclosed to any third persons without consent. These agreements can also protect against poaching of employees and customers who come to light during the negotiations. Each party simply signs and keeps a copy for their own use.
A 'business consultancy agreement' document.
All employees have an employment contract with their employer. A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s employment conditions, rights, responsibilities and duties. These are called the ‘terms’ of the contract. Employees and employers must stick to a contract until it ends (eg by an employer or employee giving notice or an employee being dismissed) or until the terms are changed (usually by agreement between the employee and employer).
Circumstances sometimes change and the original purpose or requirements of a contract may change. If so, and if the changes are not wholesale, it might be an idea to reflect these by amending or varying the original contract instead of writing a new whole new one.
A 'business invitation letter template to a disciplinary appeal hearing for misconduct' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business invitation letter template to a poor performance appeal hearing' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business gross misconduct dismissal letter' template document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business dismissal letter for misconduct' template document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
a template letter confirming the outcome of a disciplinary hearing for misconduct - no action as unproven. Useful for all organisations and HR functions.
a business template letter giving a warning following a misconduct hearing, useful for all organisations and HR functions
A 'business dismissal letter for poor performance' template document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
a business template letter confirming improvement is required following a disciplinary hearing, useful for all organisations and HR functions
A 'business poor performance outcome letter no action' template document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business disciplinary outcome template letter for poor performance - no action taken as unproven'. Useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business invitation letter template to a disciplinary hearing for misconduct' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business invitation letter template to a poor performance hearing' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business suspension template letter' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business disciplinary procedure policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
a business letter to an employee who has no unfair dismissal rights based on misconduct, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business dismissal letter template for employees without unfair dismissal rights' document (poor performance). Useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'personal flexible working request' template document, useful for the individual or indeed an HR function to have ready for employees.
A 'personal grievance letter' document, useful for any employee or worker to air grievances with a business, employer or HR department.
A letter to an employee who has failed a period of probation
Letter to the employee confirming the "pass" of a probation period
Letter to an employee informing them that their probation period is to be extended.
A resignation from you (an employee or a worker) to your employer, or HR department.
A 'business equal opportunities policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business flexible working policy' document for all your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business grievance policy and procedure' document for your HR and employee needs.
A 'Job Description' document useful for all businesses, employers and HR departments. Clear expectations of employees are explained at the outset of their employment about what is expected of them. This template is the perfect starting place as the outline defining a person’s role, expected skills and accountabilities.
A 'business job offer letter' document specially prepared for businesses, HR departments and the self employed. We also have a "Job Description" template which goes hand in hand with this letter. Letters reduce uncertainty and introduce clarity in respect of the terms and expectations.
A 'business maternity policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
The "One Way" indicates it is in favour of the "Discloser" (those giving the confidential information to a "Recipient") - A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
A 'business non executive director letter of appointment' document suitable for all types of companies and HR functions.
A 'business office sharing agreement' document, useful for any size organisation with spare office space wishing to rent out. Office sharing is a popular and growing concept that permits organisations which own or control office space to share or rent out workstations or self-contained units to other organisations (maybe smaller ones) who are looking for flexible affordable work-space.
A 'business parental leave policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business paternity policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business template invitation to a redundancy appeal meeting' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business at risk of redundancy template letter' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business redundancy consultation template letter' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business dismissal for redundancy template letter' document, useful for all organisations and HR functions.
A 'business redundancy policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
a template letter of reference for an employee going to a new employer, useful for personal matters, organisations, businesses and HR functions
A 'business reference template letter' document, useful for individuals, organisations and HR functions.
A 'business senior employment contract' document. this is useful for HR functions and all types of organisations. A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and employee and is the basis of the employment relationship.
A settlement agreement (formerly known as a ‘compromise agreement) is a legally binding contract between employer and employee which details and settles all potential claims possible against an employer. A settlement agreement is typically used at the end of employment. It can however be used to settle a disagreement during employment.
A 'business sickness policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business social media policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'business zero hours contract' document, suitable for all businesses, organisations and HR functions. A worker contract is an agreement between an employer and a worker (who may not be an employee) and is the basis of the working relationship.
A 'business working time directive opt out letter' document, useful for individuals and workers, employees, businesses, senior management, and HR departments where individuals agree to provide more hours than the statutory maximum.
 

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All you need for your home life and relationships - documents to suit ranging from wills, children and agreements for your relationships (including the matrimonial home)

A formal notification of a change of address. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
There are many reasons why someone wishes to change their name. Anyone over the age of 16 years can change their name for valid reasons. It isn’t permitted to use a change of name to pretend to be someone else or for fraudulent reasons. Be careful of changing a name to that of a trademark which is then used to pass off or sell similar goods. You may be in breach of trademark. You cannot change your name to anything that is offensive, blasphemous or promotes illegal activity, discrimination, or hatred. Names containing marks and numbers are not permitted nor can you give yourself a title without authority.
A letter advising people and companies of a name change. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
This agreement governs the looking after children and can be used for regular or infrequent supervision periods ranging from fixed arrangements to sporadic babysitting.
A codicil is a document that amends an existing Will, but does not replace it. It allows you to change your will without making an entirely new Will, and must be signed in the exact same way as the Will was signed (although the two witnesses do not have to be the same two people that witnessed the original will). It is recommended that the codicil mentions the date of your current will so that it is clear that the codicil should be read in conjunction with it. If a will is altered by codicil, that codicil should be kept with the original will.
A cohabitation agreement is a form of legal agreement reached between a couple who have chosen to live together (whether they are heterosexual or homosexual). In some ways, such a couple may be treated like a married couple, such as when applying for a mortgage or working out child support. However, in some other areas, such as property rights, pensions and inheritance, they are treated differently.
A declaration of trust allows you to set out how a property is owned in situations where you cannot or you do not want to register who really owns it at the Land Registry. The document creates a trust, appointing trustees to hold property for the benefit of the beneficiaries, e.g. third parties who helped you buy the property or your children. A Trustee is simply a person who is responsible for looking after the money or property that is held by the trust. Under the Trustee Act 2000, trustees are expected to act in a manner appropriate to the responsibility that comes with the position, and to protect the interests of the beneficiaries.
A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power). The one authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact.
A Will is a legal document that clarifies what should happen with your worldly effects when you pass away. About 31 million people in the UK have not made a will. There is no legal obligation to make one but it can be expensive not to do so. If you do not make a will, there is a risk that not all your estate will end up where you would like it to go. Surviving spouses only inherit a portion (not all) of your estate. This might not provide sufficient monies for them during their lifetime.
A business or private and personal loan agreement suitable for family/friends/individuals/organisations. Please note that this template is not for a consumer credit type regulated activity.
a reciprocal decision by joint owners to sever a joint tenancy which is relevant to separation, landlord & tenant, personal, and property.
A 'personal notice to sever joint tenancy' document, which is relevant to property, separation, landlord & tenant, and personal.
A legal document which permits the sharing of parental responsibility of children. A person with Parental Responsibility cannot transfer their responsibility to another person - It can be shared, but not completely transferred. An unmarried father can obtain Parental Responsibility by entering into a Parental Responsibility Agreement with the mother.
A 'personal prenuptial agreement (prenup)' document. Pre-Nuptial Agreements in the UK are not binding on the Courts but they are allowed to be used in evidence as to what the Parties intended prior to getting married.
A 'personal revocation of power of attorney' document.
a clean break separation agreement
A 'personal separation agreement' document.
a separation agreement with a provision for child maintenance
a separation agreement with a provision for spouse maintenance (no children)
 

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A collection of documents and letters relevant to Landlord & Tenant which covers leases to letters chasing unpaid rent! This is designed to help both the professional landlord and the individual simply letting out a room and covers both commercial and residential situations.

A front sheet to cover agreements and contracts.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
Use this letter if somebody’s behaviour or course of conduct is troubling you. This could be a supplier, customer or even a neighbour! Feel free to download in 'word' and amend if you wish.
A formal notification of a change of address. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
A letter advising people and companies of a name change. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
This template letter is a friendly written first contact when one of your bills/debts/accounts appear not to have been paid. Hopefully, this letter will prompt payment but if the sum remains unpaid please see our further options to send something more forceful!
A 'business letter accepting payments in instalments' document.
Use this letter to threaten court proceedings when all previous efforts have failed to achieve results. This is however a formal letter confirming that you will proceed to a court to seek the required remedy. Accordingly, it is not the letter to send more than once and tends to be used by those who really mean it!
A 'business letter proposing payments in instalments' document.
A 'business second debt recovery letter' document.
A 'personal flexible working request' template document, useful for the individual or indeed an HR function to have ready for employees.
A 'business fire risk assessment' template document. Useful for all our customers whether personal, partnership, companies or other organisations. We provide this free of charge (PDF Download only).
A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power). The one authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact.
A simple agreement between you (the owner) and short term tenants. If you let your property for holiday reasons, the law states you can do this without the occupiers gaining any rights to remain in the property. There are no term restrictions on the length of the holiday itself, but it must really be an actual holiday.
A 'Home Office Rental Agreement' document useful for the self employed or those wishing to rent out. The home is clearly a most resourceful asset. With the advent of airbnb, not only have owners been letting out properties as holiday lets but there is a new trend to let out houses for office purposes. The self employed who work from home have been renting their home office space to their business for some time now.
Useful for private and professional landlords or someone letting out their home other than for a holiday. In England and Wales, there is no legal requirement to have a written tenancy agreement. The landlord and tenant can agree terms orally. Who is at risk more without a written agreement? Without doubt, it is the landlord.
a set of rules for occupants of rented property - useful for landlords, lodgers, or tenants.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
A 'business licence to assign' document in respect of landlord & tenant matters.
A 'business or personal licence to sublet' template document, suitable for landlords, organisations or tenants. Basically, it is a new lease under an existing lease by the current tenant to a new sub-tenant normally with the consent of the landlord.
A 'Lodger Agreement' template document suitable for landlords or individuals. Some landlords do not use a formal written lodger agreement as accepting a lodger is not the same as taking in a tenant. If there is no written agreement, it can be difficult to know how to deal with problems that may arise. A formal agreement can therefore cover things you may not have thought of and will protect both parties’ position.
A 'business notice of breach of covenants' document. This notice is issued under section 146 of the Law of Property Act 1925 and warns a tenant who is in breach of covenant (other than the covenant to pay rent) of the landlord's intention to forfeit the lease.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by either Landlord or Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
this is notice sent by a landlord to exclude security of tenure where more than one tenant in a commercial lease. In order to contract out security of tenure, the landlord must issue this Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
This is a landlord's 'business notice to exclude security of tenure' document where there is a single tenant of a commercial lease. In order to contract out of security of tenure, the landlord must issue a Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
A claim notice by a Landlord to recover possession of a tenancy where the tenant is at fault somehow. There are two main types of possession proceedings provided for in the Housing Act 1988: section 8 and section 21. Section 8 proceedings require that the tenant be given a reason, or legal ground, as to why the landlord wants the property back in the notice.
A landlord claim for recovering possession of a tenancy where there is no fault by the tenant. A section 21 notice is brought as a no-fault notice. No reason needs to be given as to why the landlord wants the property back so it can be used for good and bad tenants alike.
a reciprocal decision by joint owners to sever a joint tenancy which is relevant to separation, landlord & tenant, personal, and property.
A 'personal notice to sever joint tenancy' document, which is relevant to property, separation, landlord & tenant, and personal.
A 'business office sharing agreement' document, useful for any size organisation with spare office space wishing to rent out. Office sharing is a popular and growing concept that permits organisations which own or control office space to share or rent out workstations or self-contained units to other organisations (maybe smaller ones) who are looking for flexible affordable work-space.
An agreement useful for when either you or your neighbour plan to carry out works which might affect the other's property in some way.
An Inventory register document for both professional and private landlords. This document is free of charge (PDF download option only).
A 'business final rent demand letter' document.
A 'business rent demand letter' document.
A 'business rent deposit deed' document.
A 'Room rental agreement' document. This is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which is only for private residential use when you want to formally rent out a room rather than the whole property.
A 'business tenancy agreement for a flat' document, useful for the private or professional landlord or an individual letting out their property other than for a holiday. In England and Wales, there is no legal requirement to have a written tenancy agreement. The landlord and tenant can agree terms orally. Who is at risk more without a written agreement? Without doubt, it is the landlord.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Landlord. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
 

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All you need for your personal and domestic requirements ranging from a power of attorney, changing your name, to a resignation letter! This section covers a host of private areas such as wills and family matters such as separation and pre-nuptial arrangements.

An affidavit (pronounced AF-i-DAY-vit); Medieval Latin for "he has declared under oath") is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an affiant or deponent under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorized to do so by law. Such statement is witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant's signature by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public or commissioner of oaths. An affidavit is a type of verified statement or showing, or in other words, it contains a verification, meaning it is under oath or penalty of perjury, and this serves as evidence to its veracity and is required for court proceedings.
An appeal letter is something you write if you feel you've been treated unfairly in some way, and you want someone to reconsider a decision they made about you. Hopefully this template letter will be useful for both the personal individual and organisations.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
Use this letter if somebody’s behaviour or course of conduct is troubling you. This could be a supplier, customer or even a neighbour! Feel free to download in 'word' and amend if you wish.
A formal notification of a change of address. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
There are many reasons why someone wishes to change their name. Anyone over the age of 16 years can change their name for valid reasons. It isn’t permitted to use a change of name to pretend to be someone else or for fraudulent reasons. Be careful of changing a name to that of a trademark which is then used to pass off or sell similar goods. You may be in breach of trademark. You cannot change your name to anything that is offensive, blasphemous or promotes illegal activity, discrimination, or hatred. Names containing marks and numbers are not permitted nor can you give yourself a title without authority.
A letter advising people and companies of a name change. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
This agreement governs the looking after children and can be used for regular or infrequent supervision periods ranging from fixed arrangements to sporadic babysitting.
A codicil is a document that amends an existing Will, but does not replace it. It allows you to change your will without making an entirely new Will, and must be signed in the exact same way as the Will was signed (although the two witnesses do not have to be the same two people that witnessed the original will). It is recommended that the codicil mentions the date of your current will so that it is clear that the codicil should be read in conjunction with it. If a will is altered by codicil, that codicil should be kept with the original will.
Use this letter if you're unhappy with any goods you have purchased and wish to complain or draw the matter to the seller's attention. Please feel free to download in an editable format if you wish to amend.
Use this letter if you are unhappy with services provided to you and you wish to complain or bring the matter to the attention of the person or business that provided the services to you. Please feel free to download in an editable format if you wish to amend.
A 'business letter proposing payments in instalments' document.
A declaration of trust allows you to set out how a property is owned in situations where you cannot or you do not want to register who really owns it at the Land Registry. The document creates a trust, appointing trustees to hold property for the benefit of the beneficiaries, e.g. third parties who helped you buy the property or your children. A Trustee is simply a person who is responsible for looking after the money or property that is held by the trust. Under the Trustee Act 2000, trustees are expected to act in a manner appropriate to the responsibility that comes with the position, and to protect the interests of the beneficiaries.
A 'personal flexible working request' template document, useful for the individual or indeed an HR function to have ready for employees.
A 'personal grievance letter' document, useful for any employee or worker to air grievances with a business, employer or HR department.
A resignation from you (an employee or a worker) to your employer, or HR department.
A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power). The one authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact.
A 'Home Office Rental Agreement' document useful for the self employed or those wishing to rent out. The home is clearly a most resourceful asset. With the advent of airbnb, not only have owners been letting out properties as holiday lets but there is a new trend to let out houses for office purposes. The self employed who work from home have been renting their home office space to their business for some time now.
a set of rules for occupants of rented property - useful for landlords, lodgers, or tenants.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
A Will is a legal document that clarifies what should happen with your worldly effects when you pass away. About 31 million people in the UK have not made a will. There is no legal obligation to make one but it can be expensive not to do so. If you do not make a will, there is a risk that not all your estate will end up where you would like it to go. Surviving spouses only inherit a portion (not all) of your estate. This might not provide sufficient monies for them during their lifetime.
a letter confirming the termination of deliveries which could be anything for businesses, the self employed or personal individual
A 'Lodger Agreement' template document suitable for landlords or individuals. Some landlords do not use a formal written lodger agreement as accepting a lodger is not the same as taking in a tenant. If there is no written agreement, it can be difficult to know how to deal with problems that may arise. A formal agreement can therefore cover things you may not have thought of and will protect both parties’ position.
this is notice sent by a landlord to exclude security of tenure where more than one tenant in a commercial lease. In order to contract out security of tenure, the landlord must issue this Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
This is a landlord's 'business notice to exclude security of tenure' document where there is a single tenant of a commercial lease. In order to contract out of security of tenure, the landlord must issue a Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
a reciprocal decision by joint owners to sever a joint tenancy which is relevant to separation, landlord & tenant, personal, and property.
A 'personal notice to sever joint tenancy' document, which is relevant to property, separation, landlord & tenant, and personal.
A legal document which permits the sharing of parental responsibility of children. A person with Parental Responsibility cannot transfer their responsibility to another person - It can be shared, but not completely transferred. An unmarried father can obtain Parental Responsibility by entering into a Parental Responsibility Agreement with the mother.
An agreement useful for when either you or your neighbour plan to carry out works which might affect the other's property in some way.
A 'personal prenuptial agreement (prenup)' document. Pre-Nuptial Agreements in the UK are not binding on the Courts but they are allowed to be used in evidence as to what the Parties intended prior to getting married.
A promissory note is a written note of a promise to pay monies to someone - also known as an IOU, or loan agreement. It will have legal standing confirming that the borrower promises to repay to the lender a certain amount of money in a certain time frame.
An Inventory register document for both professional and private landlords. This document is free of charge (PDF download option only).
A 'personal revocation of power of attorney' document.
A 'Room rental agreement' document. This is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which is only for private residential use when you want to formally rent out a room rather than the whole property.
A Sale of Personal Goods letter. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a letter signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want – it’s clear from the emails! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a letter (contract) but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
a clean break separation agreement
A 'personal separation agreement' document.
a separation agreement with a provision for child maintenance
a separation agreement with a provision for spouse maintenance (no children)
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
A 'personal vehicle bill of sale' document for private sellers useful for businesses (other than the motor trade) or private individuals. This agreement is designed for a sale of a vehicle between private individuals or businesses and not the motor trade. A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a document that can be used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer.
 

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All the start up documents required to start negotiating, setting up your business and those early days of trading; from a choice of non-disclosure agreements to partnership, LLP or shareholder agreements, together with employment and trading contracts.

A front sheet to cover agreements and contracts.
Taking the minutes at board meetings is a legal requirement in the UK. Directors can be held criminally liable for non-compliance. The Companies Act 0f 2006 mandates that accurate minutes of the meetings should be kept on file for 10 years. Board minutes record the decisions of a company board meeting. They accurately record decisions proposed and passed by the board.
A Board Resolutions document is a written record of an action or decision made by a company's board of directors. The resolution can be created with or without a formal meeting of directors. The board of directors make key operational decisions for the company, except for those which may be reserved for the shareholders (owners). In small companies, the directors and the shareholders may essentially be the same people.
It doesn’t matter whether you're starting up a new business or reviewing an existing one. Business Plans are most useful and key to success. This comprehensive template takes you through the typical sections needed for a sound business plan.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
A formal notification of a change of address. Please consider who should receive this letter. Banks, credit card companies and other financial institutions are the obvious but how about schools, employers, friends even?
This is similar to a non-disclosure agreement and is used when negotiations start between parties. Such agreements are useful to have as they permit negotiations to take place with the comfort that anything said in the course of the negotiations or any secrets or material provided is done so on a confidential basis and cannot be disclosed to any third persons without consent. These agreements can also protect against poaching of employees and customers who come to light during the negotiations. Each party simply signs and keeps a copy for their own use.
A 'business consultancy agreement' document.
All employees have an employment contract with their employer. A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s employment conditions, rights, responsibilities and duties. These are called the ‘terms’ of the contract. Employees and employers must stick to a contract until it ends (eg by an employer or employee giving notice or an employee being dismissed) or until the terms are changed (usually by agreement between the employee and employer).
If the time has come to end a contract, it might be an idea to do so in writing, as such this agreement would introduce clarity e.g. confirming the termination date together with any other matters the parties wish to deal with in an orderly fashion. If straightforward, you could use the letter template but if there are post-termination matters to deal with such as return of property or a payment run off, it might be better to use this Termination Agreement. The agreement needs to be signed by someone appropriately authorised.
Circumstances sometimes change and the original purpose or requirements of a contract may change. If so, and if the changes are not wholesale, it might be an idea to reflect these by amending or varying the original contract instead of writing a new whole new one.
A 'business distribution agreement' document.
A 'business email footer and disclaimer' document. Use this insert if you have set up a business e-mail account!
A non-binding document outlining the main issues relevant to a tentative sale, partnership, or other agreement. Such documents can be legally binding if the agreement document contains terms or language which explicitly indicates a binding intention.
A simple agreement between you (the owner) and short term tenants. If you let your property for holiday reasons, the law states you can do this without the occupiers gaining any rights to remain in the property. There are no term restrictions on the length of the holiday itself, but it must really be an actual holiday.
A 'Home Office Rental Agreement' document useful for the self employed or those wishing to rent out. The home is clearly a most resourceful asset. With the advent of airbnb, not only have owners been letting out properties as holiday lets but there is a new trend to let out houses for office purposes. The self employed who work from home have been renting their home office space to their business for some time now.
a set of rules for occupants of rented property - useful for landlords, lodgers, or tenants.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
A 'Job Description' document useful for all businesses, employers and HR departments. Clear expectations of employees are explained at the outset of their employment about what is expected of them. This template is the perfect starting place as the outline defining a person’s role, expected skills and accountabilities.
A 'business job offer letter' document specially prepared for businesses, HR departments and the self employed. We also have a "Job Description" template which goes hand in hand with this letter. Letters reduce uncertainty and introduce clarity in respect of the terms and expectations.
A letter of intent (LOI or LoI, and sometimes capitalized as "Letter of Intent" in legal writing, but only when referring to a specific document under discussion) is a document outlining the understanding between two or more parties which understanding they intend to formalize in a legally binding agreement. The concept is similar to a heads of agreement (terms).
A 'business licence to assign' document in respect of landlord & tenant matters.
A 'business assignment of Intellectual Property' (IP) document, suitable for individual owners or organisations. A licence is an agreement between the IP owner and another party. It grants them permission to do something that would be an infringement of the rights without the licence. IP can be licensed to another business or individual in return for a fee (if required).
A 'business or personal licence to sublet' template document, suitable for landlords, organisations or tenants. Basically, it is a new lease under an existing lease by the current tenant to a new sub-tenant normally with the consent of the landlord.
A 'business LLP agreement' document, useful for traders, existing partnerships, unincorporated organisations and individuals considering teaming up.
A business or private and personal loan agreement suitable for family/friends/individuals/organisations. Please note that this template is not for a consumer credit type regulated activity.
A 'Lodger Agreement' template document suitable for landlords or individuals. Some landlords do not use a formal written lodger agreement as accepting a lodger is not the same as taking in a tenant. If there is no written agreement, it can be difficult to know how to deal with problems that may arise. A formal agreement can therefore cover things you may not have thought of and will protect both parties’ position.
For those experiencing the exciting prospect of setting up a business (joining the other 6 million or so private sector businesses in the UK), consideration needs to be given to how the business should be set up. Why not use Everyday Legal to manage this for you? Simply complete the included questionnaire, purchase and download the guide (for your reference). We will then begin registration. If we have any queries, we will be in touch.
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
The "One Way" indicates it is in favour of the "Discloser" (those giving the confidential information to a "Recipient") - A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
A 'business non executive director letter of appointment' document suitable for all types of companies and HR functions.
A 'business office sharing agreement' document, useful for any size organisation with spare office space wishing to rent out. Office sharing is a popular and growing concept that permits organisations which own or control office space to share or rent out workstations or self-contained units to other organisations (maybe smaller ones) who are looking for flexible affordable work-space.
An agreement for one company to guarantee another, useful if the company you are contracting with is young or has fragile finances.
A 'business partnership agreement' document.
An agreement to terminate or dissolve a partnership thereby recording agreed business issues on termination. Dissolving or ending a partnership can be difficult. Especially for those who didn’t bother with a written partnership agreement. When dissolving a partnership without a separate deed, the default position is that assets and liabilities are split equally.
An agreement which varies or amends an existing Partnership Agreement. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement, in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is minor, it might be easier to use the Minor Amends template, but either will suit your requirements.
An agreement to vary a Partnership Agreement or Deed, thereby ensuring that all changes are recorded and agreed by the partners. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement (i.e. noted variations to clauses), in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is more material (significant) it might be an idea to restate your Partnership Agreement and use the Major Amends template.
A promissory note is a written note of a promise to pay monies to someone - also known as an IOU, or loan agreement. It will have legal standing confirming that the borrower promises to repay to the lender a certain amount of money in a certain time frame.
An Inventory register document for both professional and private landlords. This document is free of charge (PDF download option only).
A Purchase Order' template document for easy completion and reference. A purchase order ("PO") is a business document and first official offer issued by a buyer to a seller indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. It is used to control the purchasing of products and services from external suppliers. Purchase orders can be an essential part of resource planning.
A 'business rent deposit deed' document.
A 'Room rental agreement' document. This is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which is only for private residential use when you want to formally rent out a room rather than the whole property.
an agreement which deals with the sale of the shares in a business
A contract for any business selling goods and services. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A contract of terms and conditions for the sale of goods and services to consumers. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Without one, but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of goods agreement (contract) document between businesses. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A terms and conditions contract for the sale of goods by a business to a retail consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A private individual "Sale of Personal Goods Contract" between a buyer and seller. s it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of Personal Goods letter. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a letter signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want – it’s clear from the emails! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a letter (contract) but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A contract for any business selling services to another business. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Terms and Conditions contract template for sale of services from a business to a consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A business "Sales Agency" agreement document for the sale of goods. Is it tempting to shake hands with your new Agent instead of getting a contract signed? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A 'business senior employment contract' document. this is useful for HR functions and all types of organisations. A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and employee and is the basis of the employment relationship.
A share certificate is a written document signed on behalf of a company that serves as legal proof of ownership of the number of shares indicated. A share certificate is also referred to as a stock certificate.
It is an agreement between the shareholders of a company with a purpose of protecting the shareholders’ investment in the company, to establish a fair relationship between the shareholders and govern how the company is run. When you set up a company, you probably think that nothing will go wrong in the future. A considered and well drafted shareholders’ agreement can act as a safeguard and give shareholders more protection against fall outs.
A Shareholder Agreement document template for the introduction of new additional company shareholders. A considered and well drafted shareholders’ agreement can act as a safeguard and give shareholders more protection against fall outs.
A 'business subcontracting agreement' document.
A 'business term sheet' document.A term sheet is a bullet-point document outlining the material terms and conditions of a potential business agreement, transaction or formation. After a term sheet has been signed off, it guides those people working on the project in its preparation.
A 'personal vehicle bill of sale' document for private sellers useful for businesses (other than the motor trade) or private individuals. This agreement is designed for a sale of a vehicle between private individuals or businesses and not the motor trade. A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a document that can be used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer.
A 'business website privacy policy' document for your organisational HR and employee needs.
A 'Website terms and conditions' document. It is considered best practice to install appropriate terms and conditions on your website. If you do collect personal data, you must by law have a compliant privacy policy.
A 'business zero hours contract' document, suitable for all businesses, organisations and HR functions. A worker contract is an agreement between an employer and a worker (who may not be an employee) and is the basis of the working relationship.
A 'business working time directive opt out letter' document, useful for individuals and workers, employees, businesses, senior management, and HR departments where individuals agree to provide more hours than the statutory maximum.
 

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A wide selection of contract templates covering trading, partnership, companies, personal and residential (landlord & tenant).

An affidavit (pronounced AF-i-DAY-vit); Medieval Latin for "he has declared under oath") is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an affiant or deponent under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorized to do so by law. Such statement is witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant's signature by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public or commissioner of oaths. An affidavit is a type of verified statement or showing, or in other words, it contains a verification, meaning it is under oath or penalty of perjury, and this serves as evidence to its veracity and is required for court proceedings.
A 'business car parking licence' document. This can be used by owners, landlords, employers, or indeed by anyone with authority to allow parking.
An agreement for caravan owners to rent out their caravan to third parties.
There are many reasons why someone wishes to change their name. Anyone over the age of 16 years can change their name for valid reasons. It isn’t permitted to use a change of name to pretend to be someone else or for fraudulent reasons. Be careful of changing a name to that of a trademark which is then used to pass off or sell similar goods. You may be in breach of trademark. You cannot change your name to anything that is offensive, blasphemous or promotes illegal activity, discrimination, or hatred. Names containing marks and numbers are not permitted nor can you give yourself a title without authority.
This agreement governs the looking after children and can be used for regular or infrequent supervision periods ranging from fixed arrangements to sporadic babysitting.
A cohabitation agreement is a form of legal agreement reached between a couple who have chosen to live together (whether they are heterosexual or homosexual). In some ways, such a couple may be treated like a married couple, such as when applying for a mortgage or working out child support. However, in some other areas, such as property rights, pensions and inheritance, they are treated differently.
This is similar to a non-disclosure agreement and is used when negotiations start between parties. Such agreements are useful to have as they permit negotiations to take place with the comfort that anything said in the course of the negotiations or any secrets or material provided is done so on a confidential basis and cannot be disclosed to any third persons without consent. These agreements can also protect against poaching of employees and customers who come to light during the negotiations. Each party simply signs and keeps a copy for their own use.
A 'business consultancy agreement' document.
A Party to a contract may find itself in situations where it doesn’t wish to or cannot stay in the contract any longer. It may wish to transfer the contract to another party. Accordingly, the rights and obligations may be transferred to a different party. This is called ‘Assignment’.
All employees have an employment contract with their employer. A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s employment conditions, rights, responsibilities and duties. These are called the ‘terms’ of the contract. Employees and employers must stick to a contract until it ends (eg by an employer or employee giving notice or an employee being dismissed) or until the terms are changed (usually by agreement between the employee and employer).
If the time has come to end a contract, it might be an idea to do so in writing, as such this letter would introduce clarity e.g. confirming the termination date together with any other matters the parties wish to deal with in an orderly fashion. If straightforward, why not use a letter to save time and expense? The letter needs to be signed by someone appropriately authorised.
If the time has come to end a contract, it might be an idea to do so in writing, as such this agreement would introduce clarity e.g. confirming the termination date together with any other matters the parties wish to deal with in an orderly fashion. If straightforward, you could use the letter template but if there are post-termination matters to deal with such as return of property or a payment run off, it might be better to use this Termination Agreement. The agreement needs to be signed by someone appropriately authorised.
Circumstances sometimes change and the original purpose or requirements of a contract may change. If so, and if the changes are not wholesale, it might be an idea to reflect these by amending or varying the original contract instead of writing a new whole new one.
A declaration of trust allows you to set out how a property is owned in situations where you cannot or you do not want to register who really owns it at the Land Registry. The document creates a trust, appointing trustees to hold property for the benefit of the beneficiaries, e.g. third parties who helped you buy the property or your children. A Trustee is simply a person who is responsible for looking after the money or property that is held by the trust. Under the Trustee Act 2000, trustees are expected to act in a manner appropriate to the responsibility that comes with the position, and to protect the interests of the beneficiaries.
A 'business distribution agreement' document.
A 'business email footer and disclaimer' document. Use this insert if you have set up a business e-mail account!
A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power). The one authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact.
A non-binding document outlining the main issues relevant to a tentative sale, partnership, or other agreement. Such documents can be legally binding if the agreement document contains terms or language which explicitly indicates a binding intention.
A simple agreement between you (the owner) and short term tenants. If you let your property for holiday reasons, the law states you can do this without the occupiers gaining any rights to remain in the property. There are no term restrictions on the length of the holiday itself, but it must really be an actual holiday.
A 'Home Office Rental Agreement' document useful for the self employed or those wishing to rent out. The home is clearly a most resourceful asset. With the advent of airbnb, not only have owners been letting out properties as holiday lets but there is a new trend to let out houses for office purposes. The self employed who work from home have been renting their home office space to their business for some time now.
Useful for private and professional landlords or someone letting out their home other than for a holiday. In England and Wales, there is no legal requirement to have a written tenancy agreement. The landlord and tenant can agree terms orally. Who is at risk more without a written agreement? Without doubt, it is the landlord.
a set of rules for occupants of rented property - useful for landlords, lodgers, or tenants.
An 'Invoice' document is a list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these; a bill.. If you or your customer are VAT registered and VAT is chargeable there must be an invoice. If you find that your invoices are not being paid, you need to find out the reason very quickly as without cash-flow, your business will struggle. If this is the case, why not have a quick look at our debt collection letters?
a letter confirming the termination of deliveries which could be anything for businesses, the self employed or personal individual
A letter of intent (LOI or LoI, and sometimes capitalized as "Letter of Intent" in legal writing, but only when referring to a specific document under discussion) is a document outlining the understanding between two or more parties which understanding they intend to formalize in a legally binding agreement. The concept is similar to a heads of agreement (terms).
A 'business licence to assign' document in respect of landlord & tenant matters.
A 'business assignment of Intellectual Property' (IP) document, suitable for individual owners or organisations. A licence is an agreement between the IP owner and another party. It grants them permission to do something that would be an infringement of the rights without the licence. IP can be licensed to another business or individual in return for a fee (if required).
A 'business or personal licence to sublet' template document, suitable for landlords, organisations or tenants. Basically, it is a new lease under an existing lease by the current tenant to a new sub-tenant normally with the consent of the landlord.
A 'business LLP agreement' document, useful for traders, existing partnerships, unincorporated organisations and individuals considering teaming up.
A business or private and personal loan agreement suitable for family/friends/individuals/organisations. Please note that this template is not for a consumer credit type regulated activity.
A 'Lodger Agreement' template document suitable for landlords or individuals. Some landlords do not use a formal written lodger agreement as accepting a lodger is not the same as taking in a tenant. If there is no written agreement, it can be difficult to know how to deal with problems that may arise. A formal agreement can therefore cover things you may not have thought of and will protect both parties’ position.
An agreement entitling the owner of a motor home to rent it out to third parties
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
The "One Way" indicates it is in favour of the "Discloser" (those giving the confidential information to a "Recipient") - A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA), is a legal contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential material, knowledge, or information that the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict access to or by third parties. It is a contract through which the parties agree not to disclose information covered by the agreement. An NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties, typically to protect any type of confidential and proprietary information or trade secrets. As such, an NDA protects non-public business information. NDAs are commonly signed when two companies, individuals, or other entities (such as partnerships, societies, etc.) are considering doing business and need to understand the processes used in each other's business for the purpose of evaluating the potential business relationship.
A 'business non executive director letter of appointment' document suitable for all types of companies and HR functions.
A 'business notice of breach of covenants' document. This notice is issued under section 146 of the Law of Property Act 1925 and warns a tenant who is in breach of covenant (other than the covenant to pay rent) of the landlord's intention to forfeit the lease.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by either Landlord or Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
this is notice sent by a landlord to exclude security of tenure where more than one tenant in a commercial lease. In order to contract out security of tenure, the landlord must issue this Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
This is a landlord's 'business notice to exclude security of tenure' document where there is a single tenant of a commercial lease. In order to contract out of security of tenure, the landlord must issue a Landlord's Notice to Exclude Security of Tenure and in response to this the tenant completes a declaration confirming that they understand and accept they are entering into a lease with no security of tenure. i.e. no guarantee of a new lease at the end of the term.
A claim notice by a Landlord to recover possession of a tenancy where the tenant is at fault somehow. There are two main types of possession proceedings provided for in the Housing Act 1988: section 8 and section 21. Section 8 proceedings require that the tenant be given a reason, or legal ground, as to why the landlord wants the property back in the notice.
A landlord claim for recovering possession of a tenancy where there is no fault by the tenant. A section 21 notice is brought as a no-fault notice. No reason needs to be given as to why the landlord wants the property back so it can be used for good and bad tenants alike.
a reciprocal decision by joint owners to sever a joint tenancy which is relevant to separation, landlord & tenant, personal, and property.
A 'personal notice to sever joint tenancy' document, which is relevant to property, separation, landlord & tenant, and personal.
A 'business office sharing agreement' document, useful for any size organisation with spare office space wishing to rent out. Office sharing is a popular and growing concept that permits organisations which own or control office space to share or rent out workstations or self-contained units to other organisations (maybe smaller ones) who are looking for flexible affordable work-space.
An agreement for one company to guarantee another, useful if the company you are contracting with is young or has fragile finances.
A legal document which permits the sharing of parental responsibility of children. A person with Parental Responsibility cannot transfer their responsibility to another person - It can be shared, but not completely transferred. An unmarried father can obtain Parental Responsibility by entering into a Parental Responsibility Agreement with the mother.
A 'business partnership agreement' document.
An agreement to terminate or dissolve a partnership thereby recording agreed business issues on termination. Dissolving or ending a partnership can be difficult. Especially for those who didn’t bother with a written partnership agreement. When dissolving a partnership without a separate deed, the default position is that assets and liabilities are split equally.
An agreement which varies or amends an existing Partnership Agreement. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement, in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is minor, it might be easier to use the Minor Amends template, but either will suit your requirements.
An agreement to vary a Partnership Agreement or Deed, thereby ensuring that all changes are recorded and agreed by the partners. Use this document to reflect changes to be made to your Partnership Agreement (i.e. noted variations to clauses), in order that such changes are loud and clear and agreed in writing by all Partners. If any variation is more material (significant) it might be an idea to restate your Partnership Agreement and use the Major Amends template.
An agreement useful for when either you or your neighbour plan to carry out works which might affect the other's property in some way.
A 'personal prenuptial agreement (prenup)' document. Pre-Nuptial Agreements in the UK are not binding on the Courts but they are allowed to be used in evidence as to what the Parties intended prior to getting married.
A promissory note is a written note of a promise to pay monies to someone - also known as an IOU, or loan agreement. It will have legal standing confirming that the borrower promises to repay to the lender a certain amount of money in a certain time frame.
An Inventory register document for both professional and private landlords. This document is free of charge (PDF download option only).
A Purchase Order' template document for easy completion and reference. A purchase order ("PO") is a business document and first official offer issued by a buyer to a seller indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. It is used to control the purchasing of products and services from external suppliers. Purchase orders can be an essential part of resource planning.
A 'business rent deposit deed' document.
A 'personal revocation of power of attorney' document.
A 'Room rental agreement' document. This is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which is only for private residential use when you want to formally rent out a room rather than the whole property.
an agreement which deals with the sale of the shares in a business
A contract for any business selling goods and services. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of goods agreement (contract) document between businesses. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A terms and conditions contract for the sale of goods by a business to a retail consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A private individual "Sale of Personal Goods Contract" between a buyer and seller. s it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Sale of Personal Goods letter. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a letter signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want – it’s clear from the emails! Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a letter (contract) but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A contract for any business selling services to another business. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A Terms and Conditions contract template for sale of services from a business to a consumer. Is it tempting to shake hands instead of getting a contract signed? It’ll be quicker and cheaper wouldn’t it? After all, we all know what we want. Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A business "Sales Agency" agreement document for the sale of goods. Is it tempting to shake hands with your new Agent instead of getting a contract signed? Well, you could trade/buy/sell/provide or receive services without a contract but both parties are leaving themselves wide open for potential hassles that a signed and agreed contract would eliminate.
A 'business senior employment contract' document. this is useful for HR functions and all types of organisations. A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and employee and is the basis of the employment relationship.
a clean break separation agreement
A 'personal separation agreement' document.
a separation agreement with a provision for child maintenance
a separation agreement with a provision for spouse maintenance (no children)
A settlement agreement (formerly known as a ‘compromise agreement) is a legally binding contract between employer and employee which details and settles all potential claims possible against an employer. A settlement agreement is typically used at the end of employment. It can however be used to settle a disagreement during employment.
It is an agreement between the shareholders of a company with a purpose of protecting the shareholders’ investment in the company, to establish a fair relationship between the shareholders and govern how the company is run. When you set up a company, you probably think that nothing will go wrong in the future. A considered and well drafted shareholders’ agreement can act as a safeguard and give shareholders more protection against fall outs.
A Shareholder Agreement document template for the introduction of new additional company shareholders. A considered and well drafted shareholders’ agreement can act as a safeguard and give shareholders more protection against fall outs.
A 'business subcontracting agreement' document.
A 'business tenancy agreement for a flat' document, useful for the private or professional landlord or an individual letting out their property other than for a holiday. In England and Wales, there is no legal requirement to have a written tenancy agreement. The landlord and tenant can agree terms orally. Who is at risk more without a written agreement? Without doubt, it is the landlord.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Landlord. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
This is a notice to break a lease or tenancy given by the Tenant. If an agreement says that a fixed term tenancy or lease can be ended early (broken), this means there is a 'break clause'. The agreement will confirm when the break clause can apply. For example the break clause might say that the tenancy or lease can be broken 6 months after it starts if 1 months’ notice is provided. This ability can apply to both the landlord and the tenant.
A 'business term sheet' document.A term sheet is a bullet-point document outlining the material terms and conditions of a potential business agreement, transaction or formation. After a term sheet has been signed off, it guides those people working on the project in its preparation.
A 'personal vehicle bill of sale' document for private sellers useful for businesses (other than the motor trade) or private individuals. This agreement is designed for a sale of a vehicle between private individuals or businesses and not the motor trade. A Vehicle Sale Agreement is a document that can be used to lay out the details of the sale of a vehicle from a Seller to a Buyer.
A 'business zero hours contract' document, suitable for all businesses, organisations and HR functions. A worker contract is an agreement between an employer and a worker (who may not be an employee) and is the basis of the working relationship.
A 'business working time directive opt out letter' document, useful for individuals and workers, employees, businesses, senior management, and HR departments where individuals agree to provide more hours than the statutory maximum.

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