Business Documentation and Business Filing
Business Documentation – Running your own Business can have many complexities which All County Document services can help you with.
What kind of Business Documentation can a paralegal help us with?
We can prepare Loan Agreements, Business Contracts, General Contracts, Release of Liability, Bill of Sale, Equipment Lease Agreements, License Agreements, Partnership Agreements, LLC Operating Agreements, Cease and Desist Letters, Bill of Sale, Letter of Intent, Purchase Agreements, Mechanic’s Liens, Joint Venture Agreements, Promissory Notes and so much more.
An agreement is an understanding or arrangement between two or more parties. A contract is a specific agreement with terms and conditions that are enforceable in court. A business agreement is at its core an exchange of promises and may be either oral or written.Call us for an Estimate
Some of the most common Business Agreements are as follows:
- Ownership Agreements. This type of an agreement is also called Partnership, Founder, Operating, or Shareholders Agreements, and it all depends on what type of entity is being formed. These agreements detail the rights and responsibilities of owners and partners as well as basis company operation details and what happens if an owner leaves or the entity is dissolved.
- Independent Contractor Agreements. A business may need to outsource to independent contractors, which can range from CPAs and web developers to temporary employees to perform company services. Because independent workers are not full-time employees, a written agreement is important to make sure that no complications arise in the future.
- Non-Disclosure Agreements. This type of agreement may be used by entities to ensure that employees or even contractors know their role and what information they can and cannot share during or after their time with the company.
- Supplier Agreements. These types of agreements may detail the terms of the relationship between one entity and another, usually the price and amount of goods. They function to prevent unwanted situations with suppliers as withdrawal or failure to provide.
- Lease Agreements. This type of agreement is a contract outlining the terms under which one party agrees to rent property owned by another party. It guarantees the lessee, also known as the tenant, use of an asset and guarantees the lessor, the property owner or landlord, regular payments for a specified period in exchange.
- LLC Operating Agreement. An operating agreement is a legal document that outlines the ownership and member duties of your Limited Liability Company. This agreement allows you to set out the financial and working relations among business owners and/or members and between members and managers.
- Mechanics Lien. A mechanic’s lien is a legal document that essentially reserves the rights of the filer to seek unpaid compensation. They are usually filed by contractors, subcontractors, or suppliers that never receive payment for work that they performed or materials that they provided.
- Promissory Note. A promissory note is a financial instrument that contains a written promise by one party, the note’s issuer or maker, to pay another party, the note’s payee, a definite sum of money, either on demand or at a specified future date, and it typically contains all the terms pertaining to the indebtedness, such as the principal amount, interest rate, maturity date, date and place of issuance, and issuer’s signature.
- Joint Ventures. A joint venture agreement is a cooperative agreement and/or arrangement between two or more business entities, often for the purpose of starting a new business activity. Each entity contributes assets to the joint venture and agrees on how to divide up income and expenses. One of the key things to set-forth in a joint venture agreement is the terms of management.
These are just a few of the types of business agreements we prepare. Business law matters often have significant resources on the line, so making sure that any transaction or other issue is properly taken care of is important and making sure they are prepared by someone with knowledge and experience is equally important.