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Sales and Transactions

Forms for buying, selling, or transferring goods or property.
  • Bill of Sale
    Bill of Sale
    A Bill of Sale acts as a sales receipt and transfers ownership of an item from a seller to a buyer.
  • Letter of Intent
    Letter of Intent
    A Letter of Intent is a non-binding letter used by two or more parties to outline an understanding for a future agreement.
  • Purchase of Business Agreement
    Purchase of Business Agreement
    A Purchase of Business Agreement is a document used when an individual or corporation purchases all the shares or assets of a business.
  • Sales Agreement
    Sales Agreement
    A Sales Agreement outlines the terms of a transaction, where a seller promises to sell something that a purchaser promises to buy.
  • Invoice Form
    Invoice Form
    An Invoice Form is issued by a seller to a buyer, providing a record of goods sold or services rendered and the amount due for each.
  • Purchase Agreement
    Purchase Agreement
    A Purchase Agreement outlines the details of a transaction between a seller and purchaser.
  • Purchase Order
    Purchase Order
    A Purchase Order indicates the amount, type, and price of items a buyer wishes to purchase from a seller.
  • Real Estate Purchase Agreement
    Real Estate Purchase Agreement
    A Real Estate Purchase Agreement is used to document the purchase and sale of real property.
  • Warranty Deed
    Warranty Deed
    A Warranty Deed transfers the title of a property between individuals, warranting that the grantor has a good clear title and there are no encumbrances on the deed.
  • Quitclaim Deed
    Quitclaim Deed
    A Quitclaim Deed is used to transfer a title or whatever interest the owner (grantor) may have in property to another person (grantee) without any warranties of title.
  • Complaint Letter
    Complaint Letter
    A Complaint Letter is used by consumers to submit a complaint to a person or business about a product or service that was sold or provided to them.

Financial Protection

Forms for absolving financial liability and issuing guarantees.
  • Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement
    Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement
    A Hold Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement allows one party to protect another party against any future losses or claims that may result from a particular activity.
  • Personal/Corporate Guarantee
    Personal/Corporate Guarantee
    A Personal or Corporate Guarantee is a contract where an individual or corporation (guarantor) agrees to be responsible for the debt or obligations of another individual or company (debtor) in the event the debtor defaults on its obigations owed to a third party, such as a lender, landlord or creditor, in a guaranteed contract.
  • Release/Waiver Agreement
    Release/Waiver Agreement
    A Release/Waiver Agreement is an enforceable promise not to proceed with a legal claim in exchange for money or other compensation.

Loans and IOUs

Forms for lending money and requesting payment.
  • Loan Agreement
    Loan Agreement
    A Loan Agreement sets out the terms of a loan between individuals, corporations, or between an individual and corporation.
  • Promissory Note
    Promissory Note
    A Promissory Note is an enforceable promise for a borrower to pay back a loan or debt to a lender.
  • Amortization Schedule
    Amortization Schedule
    An Amortization Schedule outlines the amount of time it will take to pay off a debt, such as a loan or mortgage, by calculating and listing the amount of interest and principal that make up each payment.
  • Financial Statement (Personal)
    Financial Statement (Personal)
    A Personal Financial Statement is used to present an individual's financial situation in a clear and organized manner.
  • Shareholder Loan Agreement
    Shareholder Loan Agreement
    A Shareholder Loan Agreement is used when a corporation is borrowing money from one of its shareholders; a shareholder is lending money to its corporation; or a corporation owes money to a shareholder (for salary etc.) and the parties need a record of the payment for tax purposes.
  • Personal/Corporate Guarantee
    Personal/Corporate Guarantee
    A Personal or Corporate Guarantee is a contract where an individual or corporation (guarantor) agrees to be responsible for the debt or obligations of another individual or company (debtor) in the event the debtor defaults on its obigations owed to a third party, such as a lender, landlord or creditor, in a guaranteed contract.
  • Demand Letter
    Demand Letter
    A Demand Letter is sent out to request payment or action, which is in default, from another party. It describes the payment or action that is being claimed and how it should be resolved.

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Buying, Selling, or Transferring Property

When buying or selling goods, such as automobiles, boats or watercrafts, machinery or equipment, furniture, and more, you should use a Bill of Sale to keep record of the transaction and document the information of both parties.

Additionally, if you are selling or transferring ownership of property, a Warranty Deed or Quitclaim Deed can be used to quickly execute your real estate purchase or sale.

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Loans and IOUs

When lending money, a written payment plan in the form of a Loan Agreement or Promissory Note is recommended to protect the lender. Whether the loan is large or small, a written IOU gives both the lender and borrower formal documentation for their records, and ensures the lender is able to get money back according to an agreed upon payment plan. With LawDepot, you can quickly personalize a quality plan for your lending needs, saving time and money in the process.

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