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    Ontario Sweat Equity Agreement


    Offer shares for services provided to your company with this Sweat Equity Agreement for Ontario businesses.

    • Shares in the company are offered to an independent contractor who will provide services to the company in exchange for an option to purchase shares.
    • The contractor will not be paid any fees for the services but will be reimbursed for pre-approved expenses.
    • The share option will vest after the services have been fully performed, provided the contractor is not in default under the agreement.
    • Upon purchase of the shares, the contractor agrees to become a party to the company's shareholder agreement.
    • The Ontario Sweat Equity Agreement template is a downloadable Canadian legal form which is fully editable to fit your business needs.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 09-November-2018
    SKU: 4953
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    USA Letter of Intent Template


    If you need to move forward with certain aspects of a transaction, such as financing, before the deal is finalized, you can put a letter of intent in place. Write one up with this template for use in the U.S.

    • A letter of intent is not a legal contract, except for specific clauses such as the confidentiality provisions.
    • The LOI summarizes the terms that have been negotiated and indicates the parties' intention to finalize the transaction. This provides a level of security to lenders or investors who are funding the deal.
    • The parties agree to negotiate exclusively with each other and not consider or accept any other offers while the letter of intent is in effect.

    To download the USA Letter of Intent, purchase the form by checking out over our secure payment server.

    Certificate of Authenticity of Limited Edition Work

    Prepare a Certificate of Authenticity for a limited edition art work with this ready-made template.
    • The Certificate can be attached to each copy in a limited edition series of artwork. Each reproduction produced from the original must be certified as authentic and numbered as part of the series, for example, in a series of 200, the limited edition reproductions are sequentially numbered 1/200, 2/200, 3/200, and so on.
    • The Certificate also certifies that the plates or other materials used to make the reproductions have been destroyed, and that each of the pieces is signed by the artist.
    This Certificate of Authenticity of Limited Edition Work template is available in MS Word format and can be printed out and filled in by hand, or completed on your computer.

    Acknowledgement of Copyright in Artwork


    When original art or photos for publication, protect your copyright in the work by having the publisher or editor sign this Acknowledgement of Copyright in Artwork at the time you submit the work.

    • The publisher / editor acknowledges that you are the owner of the copyright.
    • The publisher / editor agrees that the work will not be used for any purpose other than for the publication.

    Don't run the risk of losing your rights in your own work. Always get the Acknowledgement of Copyright in Artwork signed when you submit original art to any person, firm or website.

    Commission Contract for Original Art


    Artists, do you accept commissions for custom artwork? Protect your ownership rights in the work with this template Commission Contract for Original Art.

    • The commissioned work will be based on preliminary designs by the artist which have been approved by the client.
    • The client agrees to pay the artist's reasonable expenses in connection with the creation of the work, and will pay for any shipping costs.
    • The artist is responsible for insuring the work until delivery.
    • The artist agrees to assist in installing the work if required.
    • Payment will be made in installments, the first upon signing the agreement, the second upon approval of the preliminary design and the balance upon completion of the work.
    • The client can terminate the contract if a preliminary design cannot be agreed upon, or if the artist fails to complete the work as or when agreed.
    • The artist can terminate the contract if the client does not make a payment as agreed.
    • The artist reserves the copyright and the right to a commission on any resale of the work.
    This Commission Contract for Original Art template is a generic legal agreement which can be used almost anywhere.