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    Employee Nondisclosure Agreement | Canada


    Your company's confidential information is worth protecting. This Employee Nondisclosure Agreement for Canadian businesses is intended to do just that.

    • Under the terms of the Agreement, the employee is legally bound not to disclose any confidential information, proprietary data or trade secrets.
    • The provisions of the Agreement survive the termination of employment, so if an ex-employee decides to use his/her knowledge of your customers, data and processes for personal gain, you have legal recourse.
    • This employee nondisclosure agreement is written to be used in Canada and is governed by Canadian law.
    • This is a reusable legal form. Buy the form once, download it, save it and it's yours to use as often as required.

    Don't take chances with your valuable business data. Get your copy of the Canada Employee Nondisclosure Agreement today.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 27-June-2018
    SKU: 763
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    Review the issues that need to be considered and addressed during the preparation of a shareholder agreement for a Canadian corporation with this Unanimous Shareholder Agreement Checklist for Canada.

    Topics include:
    • composition of the board of directors,
    • removal of a director or officer,
    • conflict of interest,
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    • shareholder meetings,
    • conduct of business,
    • restrictions on share transfers,
    • buy-sell on the death of a shareholder,
    • miscellaneous matters.
    This Canada Unanimous Shareholder Agreement Checklist is available in MS Word format, and is easy to download, edit and print.

    Canada Directors Resolution Declaring Capital Dividend


    Declare a capital dividend for a Canadian business corporation with this template Directors Resolution form.

    • The Board of Directors declares the capital dividend on a specific class of shares.
    • The corporation makes an election under Section 85 of the Income Tax Act (Canada). The dividend does not become payable until the election is made.

    For tax purposes, it's important that all resolutions are properly passed and actions taken at the correct times. Get the Directors Resolution Declaring Capital Dividend now.