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    Letter of Intent to Lease Commercial Space

    $17.99

    Negotiate the lease of a business premises before drawing up a formal lease document with this Letter of Intent to Lease Commercial Space.

    The Letter of Intent itself is not a legal contract. Its purpose is to ensure that both the landlord and the proposed tenant have the same understanding of the lease terms discussed, such as:
    • square footage of the leased premises,
    • allowed use of the space,
    • compliance with zoning bylaws and obtaining of permits,
    • the amount and payment dates of rent payments,
    • the tenant's occupancy costs,
    • early occupancy for completion of tenant improvements,
    • landlord's work and tenant's work,
    • parking access,
    • insurance obligations,
    • procedure for terminating the lease,
    • confidentiality provisions,
    • disclosure of broker representation.

    The Letter of Intent to Lease Commercial Space is a great time-saving tool for commercial landlords and property managers. Download your copy now.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 14-April-2016
    SKU: 4771
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    Ontario Unanimous Shareholders Agreement Between Shareholders and Nominees

    $46.99

    Shareholder nominees are included under the provisions of this Unanimous Shareholders Agreement for Ontario business corporations.

    • Shareholder loans must be secured by a security agreement over the corporation's assets, are non-interest-bearing and become immediately due and payable upon the bankruptcy or receivership of the corporation.
    • Clauses providing for employment and termination of shareholders as employees.
    • Non-competition and non-solicitation provisions.
    • Each shareholder indemnifies the other shareholders and the directors of the corporation against liability.
    • All share certificates will be held in escrow by the corporation's lawyers.
    • The remaining shareholders have a right of first refusal to purchase the shares of a departing shareholder.
    • In the event of a take-over offer, the minority shareholders have the option to buy out a majority shareholder or, alternatively, to consent to the take-over.
    • If a shareholder wishes to withdraw, the remaining shareholders must agree on a buy-out procedure, failing which they may vote to wind up the company, sell the shares to a third party, or offer all shares of the company for sale.

    If the shareholders in your company have appointed nominees, you should consider putting this Unanimous Shareholders Agreement in place.