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2 Buy-Sell Agreement Forms (38 Pages)$108.00
SAVE when you purchase TWO Buy-Sell Agreement Forms: Buy-Sell Stockholders' Agreement: Cross-Purchase (19 Pages) AND Buy-Sell Stockholders' Agreement: Entity Purchase (19 Pages).Learn More
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2 Disability Forms (12 Pages)$98.00
Disability Buyout Agreement (6 Pages)
This Form is a Disability Buyout Agreement. It is designed to allow the purchase of the interest of a person who has an ownership interest in a business enterprise in the event of his or her total disability. It is often (but not always) funded in whole or in part by a disability insurance policy.
Disability Insurance Reimbursement Plan (6 Pages)Learn More
This Form is a Disability Insurance Reimbursement Plan to be provided by an employer to selected employees. It is designed to allow the employee to pay for his or her own disability insurance on an annual basis...
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3 Executive Compensation Forms: Long-Term Employee Retention Award Agreement (6 Pages), Phantom Stock Plan (8 Pages), and Salary Continuation Plan Agreement (4 Pages)$117.00
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Long-Term Employee Retention Award Agreement (6 Pages)Learn More
Phantom Stock Plan (8 Pages)
Salary Continuation Plan Agreement (4 Pages)
3 Subchapter S Trust Forms (43 Pages)$128.00
SAVE when you purchase 3 Subchapter S Trust Forms which includes: Electing Small Business Trust (13 Pages), Qualified Subchapter S Trust (16 Pages), and Voting Trust Agreement (14 Pages).Learn More
Agreement For Reciprocal Non-Disclosure Of Proprietary Information (5 Pages)$29.00
This Form is an Agreement by two parties to allow the exchange of proprietary information between them, but to prohibit the disclosure of such information to third parties.Learn More
Agreement Of Merger Between Three Corporations (Triangular Merger) (63 Pages)$79.00
This Form is a Form of a Merger Agreement between three corporations. It is sometimes called a “triangular” merger, since Company A is merging with Company C, which in turn is owned as a subsidiary by Company B. When the transactions are completed, Company C will cease to exist, Company A will have acquired the controlling shares of Company B by virtue of its takeover of Company C (note that prior to the merger, Company B and Company C exchange their shares of stock) and Company A is the surviving Company.Learn More
ALL 60 Business Law Forms (60 Forms, 814 Pages)Special Price $1,299.00 Regular Price $1,963.00
SAVE $664 when you purchase All 60 Business Law Forms (60 Forms, 814 Pages). For your convenience, upon purchase, all 60 fully-editable individual forms are immediately available in your online account for your unlimited use.Learn More
Asset Purchase Agreement Of A Retail Business (8 Pages)$39.00
This is a Form of a Purchase Agreement for a retail business. Issues such as inventory, accounts receivable and payable, condition of assets, lease of premises, etc. must be addressed in this Agreement. The parties should consider whether, as here, a non-competition clause should be addressed.Learn More
Asset Purchase Of A Radio Station (Including Broadcast License, Antenna, Etc.) (47 Pages)$59.00
This is a Form of Asset Purchase Agreement for a radio station property, including the licenses for the station, all of its contracts, leases, real property, transmitter and antenna site, its supplies, intangible assets, etc.Learn More
Buy-Sell Stockholders' Agreement: Cross-Purchase (17 Pages)$59.00This is a Cross-Purchase Stockholders’ Agreement between two stockholders and their corporation. The Agreement requires each stockholder to purchase the stock of the other in the corporation in the event of death or disability. There is also a provision requiring a stockholder wishing to sell his or her shares to give the other stockholder a right of first refusal to meet any bona fide offer (Article IV). This Agreement should be distinguished from an entity purchase agreement, where the entity itself, rather than the stockholders, is the purchaser in the event of death or disability.Learn More