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FORMS A TO Z - FORMS STARTING WITH P
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Basic hourly employee reivew for manufacturing employees
This is an example of personal financial statement. This document is useful for creating personal financial statement.
A comprehensive worksheet that explains Porter's 5 competitive force analysis.
This document is a contract by which a married couple agrees that they will keep their property separate, rather than allowing their individual property to become community property
This attorney drafted document allows you to appoint an agent to act on your behalf for the purpose of purchasing real property.
This is a comprehensive pre-employment checklist for company organization. The document is divided into three sections: employee information, forms/items received from employee, and forms/items provided to employee.
An agreement that lays out material terms between the prospective shareholders so that there is no confusion once the corporation is actually formed.
A checklist of materials terms that must be taken into account when drafting a preincorporation agreement.
Contract entered into by both spouses before marriage, for purpose of outlining terms of the marriage or divorce, including outcome of property. Useful for individuals who wish to keep separate property during their marriage.
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