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💳 Domain name transfer agreement
A domain name transfer agreement is a contract between the prior registrant and the new registrant that outlines the terms of the transfer, including any obligations of the new registrant. The agreement may also include a provision for the new registrant to indemnify the prior registrant against any claims arising from the transfer.
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Use this agreement when bringing an advisor on board to formalize variables such as job role and responsibilities, duration of contract and compensation. The agreement also sets forth certain key terms such as confidentiality and intellectual property.
This template is to be used the next time your company needs to set out terms with an individual (i.e. not to be used for agreements involving a personal service company as defined within IR35). It sets out the terms on which a contractor provides services to a client company, and is perfect for freelance software developers, marketing consultants, designers, PR/HR/recruitment consultants.
This is a senior employment agreement template that we at Genie AI have used to hire 20+ employees. The agreement is structured so that all the key commercial terms that would change per employee are kept at the bottom in a table in the schedule, to make it easy to use on an ongoing basis. Since this is a senior employment contract, it contains a significant amount of provisions for restrictive covenants, such as non-solicitation (enticing away of customers, business or employees after the employee has left) and non-compete clauses. There is also provision to make reference to an incentive scheme such as an EMI option scheme, however it is recommended to keep this in a separate agreement, in order to avoid a binding promise and avoid variations to the incentive scheme resulting in variations to the terms of employment. Apart from that this is a fairly simple agreement that is easy to use and repeat for many employees.
This IP Agreement is designed for an individual to assign IP to a company e.g. a founder is starting a company and needs to vest the IP into that company
This Intern Agreement Letter is a binding legal contract, written as a simple letter to be more readable and amenable to an intern. The intern is treated as a contractor, not a full time employee. The letter contains the main provisions to hire an intern, such as salary and payment, holidays, who the manager will be and the work the intern will undertake.
This one way non disclosure agreement template is to be used in the UK for general commercial purposes. It was drafted from a neutral and fair perspective between the interests of the discloser and the recipient. It is also known as a One-way NDA or a One-wayconfidentiality agreement
This SaaS (Software as a Service) agreement can be used to set out the terms under which SaaS software may be accessed by a customer. It provides for the secure delivery of services to the user's terminal on a pay-per-use basis over a network, from processors hosted remotely by the SaaS provider.
This template has been prepared to provide general guidance and information to organisations considering or undertaking mutualisation. Use this agreement to protect both landlord (Local Authority) and tenant (mutual organisation or cooperatives). Examples of provisions covered are: Obligations on the tenant to keep the property in repair, obligations on the landlord to provide certain building services for the Property (e.g. to repair the structure of the building), rights for the landlord to end the tenancy in the case of the tenant's breach, rights for the tenant to use the property for the provision of services.
The tenant wishes to communicate with the other landlord directly, in order to establish, reinforce, or verify the other landlord's title, as per the Leasehold Reform Act 1967.
This standard document is a notice from the tenant to the landlord, served under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967, stating the tenant's intention to extend the lease or purchase the property.