Convertible Note Certificate
Convertible Note Instrument
A Convertible Note Instrument is a debt instrument that converts into equity under predefined conditions, typically in a qualified financing, at a liquidity event, or on a maturity date.
Convertible Note Subscription Agreement
Convertible Note Subscription Letter
A Convertible Note Subscription Letter is a letter for an investor to subscribe for convertible note.
Convertible Note Term Sheet
Copyright Assignment (Literary Works)
A Copyright Assignment (Literary Works) is used to buy or sell the copyright in a piece of literary work.
Copyright Assignment (Photographs)
A Copyright Assignment (Photographs) is used to buy or sell the copyright in a photograph.
Copyright Licence (Movies)
A Copyright Licence (Movies) is used when the copyright owner allows another individual or business to use the movie/film in a way agreed by the parties. This agreement can help clarify the scope of rights and obligations agreed between the parties.
Copyright Licence Agreement (Artistic Work)
A Copyright Licence Agreement (Artistic Work) allows a copyright owner to permit the other party to use an artistic work in return for a licence fee.
Data Protection Policy
A Data Protection Policy ensures that everyone in a company understands the importance of data protection and data security.
Declaration of Trust
A Declaration of Trust is an instrument by which a shareholder declares that he/it is holding the share on behalf of another person/entity.
Deed of Adherence
A Deed of Adherence is a document by which a person/entity becomes a party to an existing Shareholders’ Agreement.
Director's Letter of Resignation
If you are a director who is about to resign, you can do it professionally with a Director's Letter of Resignation.
Director's Service Agreement
A Director's Service Agreement is a contract by which a company hires a director as an employee.
Director's/Shareholder's Loan Agreement
A Director’s/Shareholder’s Loan Agreement is a loan agreement for a company to borrow money from its director or shareholder.
Disciplinary Policy and Procedure
A Disciplinary Policy and Procedure provides a framework for a company to handle situations where employees have not met the required standards of conduct.
Dissolution of Partnership Deed
A Dissolution of Partnership Deed is a document that is used when the business previously carried on by a partnership will not be carried on in any form by any of the partners. This document is required in the event your partnership ceases to trade, as you need to determine how the business assets and liabilities will be divided between all partners.
A Distribution Agreement is a contract between a manufacturer or supplier of goods and a distributor. It also defines the terms under which the distributor may re-sell the products provided by the supplier.
Email Footer and Disclaimer
An Email Footer and Disclaimer is a statement placed at the bottom of emails to highlight the confidentiality of the message to the recipient and also to disclaim liabilities relating to errors in transmission.
An Employment Contract is a contract by which a company hires an employee.
Employment Contract (Senior Executive)
An Employment Contract (Senior Executive) is a contract by which a company in Singapore hires an employee who is not covered by the Employment Act of Singapore.
Event Service Agreement
An Event Service Agreement is a contract that sets out the terms and conditions under which a client hires out a venue for an event such as a concert or a show.
Event Sponsorship Agreement
An Event Sponsorship Agreement is a contract that allows a company to confirm that they are sponsoring an event and how much they are paying.
Final Payment Reminder Letter
A Final Payment Reminder Letter is a short, clear demand to repay an outstanding debt from a client or customer after previously issuing reminder letters.
First Payment Reminder Letter
A First Payment Reminder Letter is a short, friendly reminder to repay an outstanding debt from a client or customer.
Flexible Working Policy
A Flexible Working Policy sets out a company’s position on flexible working arrangements and how its employees can apply for such an arrangement.
Flexible Working Request
A Flexible Working Request is a form used by employees to request flexible working arrangements. It records the details of the requested flexible working as well as the reasons for the request.
A Franchise Agreement is a contract whereby a franchisee buys the right to run the business of the franchisor at a designated location/market.
Health and Safety Policy
A Health and Safety Policy sets out a company’s commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
Instrument of Transfer
An Instrument of Transfer is a document necessary for transferring the legal title of the shares.
Intragroup Loan Agreement
An Introduction Agreement is a contract that offers protection to a business that sources goods from a manufacturer on behalf of a client and is therefore acting as the "middleman" in the deal.
An Invoice is a document sent to a customer requiring payment for goods or services that a business has provided or plans to provide.
Itemised Pay Slip
An Itemised Pay Slip issued by an employer to an employee.
Legal Health Check
This Legal Health Check is a free questionnaire that only takes you a couple of minutes to complete. You will receive an instant report highlighting your legal requirements and an overview of any potential exposure to risk or liability that you might have.
Letter Accepting Payments in Instalments
A Letter Accepting Payment in Instalments is a concise letter that accepts debt repayments from a debtor in instalments.
Letter Ending a Contract
A Letter Ending a Contract is a letter used by a business to formally end a contract with another business.
Letter for Grant of Option
A Letter for Grant of Option is a cover letter for the company to issue Option Certificates to its employees.
Letter Offering Internship
A Letter Offering Internship is a letter by which a company offers to engage an intern.
Memorandum of Understanding
A Memorandum of Understanding, also known as a Letter of Intent, is a non-binding document that summarises the results of negotiations between two parties in order to facilitate the future formation of a contract.
A Model Release is a written permission from a model to allow the use of his or her likeness in a photograph or video recording for commercial purposes.
Non-executive Director's Letter of Appointment
A Non-executive Director's Letter of Appointment is a letter to appoint a director of a company who is not involved in the day-to-day management of the company.
Notice of Termination by Employer
A Notice of Termination by Employer is a formal declaration from an employer informing the employee of the decision to terminate his or her contract.
Offer of Employment Letter
An Offer of Employment Letter is a letter to give a conditional offer of employment to a potential employee.
An Option Certificate is a certificate that sets out the detailed terms on which options given under a Share Option Plan can be exercised.
Partnership Agreement (Individuals)
A Partnership Agreement (Individuals) is a contract among partners who carry on a business as a partnership.
Project Collaboration Agreement
A Project Collaboration Agreement is a contract between two or more companies for the completion of a particular project.
A Proxy Notice is a written authorisation granted by a shareholder of a company to a third party (the proxy) to act on the shareholder's behalf at an Annual General Meeting.
A Purchase Order is a standard document that customers or clients can use to make repeat orders for goods or services from a business.
Request for Payment of Interest or Dividends
A Request for Payment of Interests or Dividends is a form required to request payment of interests or dividends due to shareholders.
SAFE Pro Rata Rights Agreement
A SAFE Pro Rata Rights Agreement is a letter by which a company gives pro rata rights to a SAFE investor.
Sale of Goods Agreement
A Sale of Goods Agreement is a contract between two parties governing the terms for the sale and purchase of goods.
Sale of Goods Agreement (Business to Business)
A Sale of Goods Agreement (Business to Business)
is a legal contract for the sale and purchase of goods (that’s to say physical items as opposed to services you might provide).
You can ensure that your relationship with a purchaser or seller is formalised in a legally binding contract by using a Sale of Goods Agreement (Business to Business)
. This means you can set out the exact nature of the goods as well as price and payment terms and what will happen at the end of the contract.
This agreement is designed for the sale of goods between businesses, not the sale of goods from a business to a consumer. The rules relating to sale to consumers are different, and you may need to seek legal advice. Please contact us
for more information!
Second Payment Reminder Letter
A Second Payment Reminder Letter is a follow-up reminder to repay an outstanding debt from a client or customer after issuing an initial reminder letter.
Seed Investment Agreement (Ordinary Shares)
Share Option Plan
Share Purchase Agreement
A Share Purchase Agreement is a contract for the sale and purchase of the entire issued share capital of a company.
Share Subscription Letter
Share Vesting Agreement
A Shareholders' Agreement, also known as a Founders' Agreementis a contract among founders of a company to regulate their rights as shareholders of the company.
Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE)
Social Media Policy
A Social Media Policy sets out the responsibilities and obligations that a company’s employees must follow when using social media.
Software Development Agreement
A Software Development Agreement sets out how a business wants their software to be developed.
Software Licence Agreement
A Software Licence Agreement is the software owner’s express permission for another party to use the software within an agreed scope.
A Subcontracting Agreement is a contract that sets out the terms and conditions between a contractor and subcontractor for the provision of services to a third party.
Supply of Services Agreement
A Supply of Services Agreement is a contract between a supplier and a customer for the provision of specified services.
Term Sheet (Ordinary Shares)
A Term Sheet is a simple, non-legally binding document that records the major terms of negotiation between a company and investors for the issue of new ordinary shares.
Terms and Conditions for Online Marketplace
A Terms and Conditions for Online Marketplace sets out the rules for visiting a website and purchasing goods through an online marketplace.
Terms and Conditions for Online Sale of Goods
The Terms and Conditions for Online Sale of Goods sets out the relationship between an online seller and a buyer and ensures the buyer agrees to the terms when purchasing from a website.
Trade Mark Assignment
A Trade Mark Assignment allows a trade mark owner to transfer the rights, title, and interest in a trade mark.
Trade Mark Licence Agreement
A Trade Mark Licence Agreement is used by a trade mark owner to permit another party to use the trade mark.
VAR Reseller Agreement
A VAR Reseller Agreement is a contract between a value-added reseller (VAR) and a supplier for the combination and resale of a software product.
Website Advertising Agreement
A Website Advertising Agreement is a contract between a website operator and an advertiser who wishes to purchase advertising space on a website.
Website Design and Development Agreement
A Website Design and Development Agreement is a contract between a web developer and an individual or business in need of a new or redesigned website.
Website Payment Terms
A Website Payment Terms sets out how and when customers pay to subscribe to a website, what the subscription terms are, and what happens at renewal or cancellation.