This Asset Purchase Agreement is between a seller and a buyer who is purchasing certain assets currently used in seller’s business. This agreement sets out the specific assets being transferred (tangible and intangible property, intellectual property, accounts receivables) and those assets which are excluded. The Asset Purchase Agreement also specifies the purchase price for the assets and the representations and warranties of both buyer and seller.
Sale of Goods Contracts are used for transactions between a seller and purchaser of a specific item, such as an appliance or furniture. This contract sets out the purchase price, condition at time of sale and how the product will be delivered.
This Conditional Sale Agreement is between a seller and buyer of goods. This agreement sets forth a detailed list of the products being sold, the purchase price and any deposits or credits. If the goods are financed, this agreement sets forth the finance charges, amount of monthly installments and payment due date. Both parties must sign this Conditional Sale Agreement
This Consignment Agreement is between a consignor who wishes to sell goods and a consignee who will sell those goods. The agreement sets forth the specific arrangement between the parties including the location where the goods will be sold, payments and accounting once the goods are sold and the consignee’s commission. This Consignment Agreement also sets out that consignor will retain the title to the any unsold goods sold and the independent contractor status of the consignee.
Contract Amendments are used to amend an existing agreement. This amendment sets out the agreement to be amended and any provisions which remain in effect. It is important that a contract amendment be set out in writing and referred to alongside the original contract.
Distribution Agreements are used by manufacturers of products and distributors who will buy and resell the products to their own customers. This agreement sets out the list of products which will be sold, the price paid by the distributor and the product stock the distributor must keep on hand. It also sets forth that neither party is considered an employee of the other.
Invoices are used to request that a customer make a payment on a certain type of account. Invoices contain customer name and contact information, details about the goods or services sold and a breakdown of the price and all applicable taxes. Invoices also contain the date a payment is due and if any discounts are given for early payment.
This Letter of Intent to Purchase Business Assets is between a seller and a purchaser of business assets. This letter sets out the specific assets being purchased and the purchase price. This is a non-binding Letter of Intent and once accepted, the parties will sign a formal Asset Purchase Agreement.
Manufacturing Agreements give a manufacturer the exclusive right to produce products for a customer. This form contains detailed terms including payments, indemnities and warranties and how any engineering changes will be affected. It also contains how long the agreement will be in effect and ways in which it can be terminated.
This Notice of Assignment of Account notifies a debtor that a delinquent account is being assigned for collection. The Notice sets out the name and address of the collection agency and the specifics of the assigned account. These specifics include the amount due, any interest and late charges owing, payments received and the total balance due.
Purchase Agreements are used by sellers and purchasers of products or goods. This agreement contains the specific products the purchaser is buying, how they will be delivered or shipped and remedies in the event the goods are defective. It also sets out the specific term of the agreement.
Purchasing Agent Agreements are used when you want to appoint a purchasing agent in a specific region or territory. This agreement spells out the name of the agent, specific area and how much agent will be paid. It also sets out the effective date and term of the agreement.
Sale of Goods Contract - /forms/sale-of-goods-contract-standard/ Sale of Goods Contracts are used for transactions between a seller and purchaser of a specific item, such as an appliance or furniture. This contract sets out the purchase price, condition at time of sale and how the product will be delivered.
Sales Representative Agreements are used when employing an individual to sell a company's goods or products. This agreement sets out specific terms including how much the representative will be paid, payment of out-of-pocket expenses and provisions regarding confidentiality.
Share Purchase Agreements are used by a purchaser and a seller of shares of a particular corporation. This agreement sets out the number of shares to be sold, their price and warranties made by seller regarding the shares. It also sets forth the closing date for the transaction.
Consignment Agreements are used when selling goods on consignment. This agreement specifies the goods to be sold, how payment will be made to the seller and if the agreement can be terminated. It also specifies who retains ownership to the goods while on consignment.