Land purchase agreements, which are also known as land contracts, land installment contracts, contract deeds, agreement for deeds, or installment sale agreements, are a type of financing for sellers of land.
Agreements to transfer shares from one person or entity to another require solid stipulations regarding each aspect of the transaction.
An engagement agreement is a written agreement between an attorney and a client, or a business or service provider (such as a consultant) and a client that defines the scope of the anticipated project in advance of the commencement of any work or services.
A stock purchase agreement is a contract for a business transaction in which an individual is purchasing corporate stock from the seller.
Supply agreements usually contain the terms and conditions regarding the purchase and outline each party’s obligations in the transaction as well as the effective dates of the life of the transaction.
In very general terms, a consulting agreement is a legally-binding written agreement that outlines the business relationship between an entity and a consultant.
Although lease agreements may differ in how a renewal of the lease shall occur, proper documents include this information.
A lease termination agreement is essential to prevent any disputes when a tenant is leaving. The agreement not only protects the tenant from any future liability toward the home, but it also helps protect the homeowner in case the former tenant takes him to court.
Consulting service agreements are contracts set forth between two parties that outline the work to be performed and the compensation given for the work.
In our last RealDealDocs blog entry, we discussed supply agreements, joint venture agreements, and indemnification agreements. This week, we will review three other types of agreements: liquidation agreements, music license agreements and proxy agreements. To review, an agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more legally competent parties.Although a binding contract can (and often does) … Read more