Business Forms & Templates

Get instant access to hundreds of business forms, templates, and contracts online today. Find documents for almost every kind of business such as purchase orders, partnership agreements, loan agreements, applications, and bill of sale. You can also browse our list by popular categories such as marketing, legal, finance, real estate, and more with Formnet from Entrepreneur.

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Website Privacy Policy

A web site privacy policy you can use for your business.

Website Design Contract

This attorney drafted document is a contract between a web designer and a client for the production of a website. Includes terms for pricing, length, of service, and many other customizable features.

Terms and Conditions for E-Commerce

Terms and Conditions for Ecommerce website is an agreement which is governs the rules and regulations of use an ecommerce website and its services.

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Web Site Hosting Agreement - Checklist

A web site hosting agreement checklist you can use for your business.

Technical Guide template

Ten Steps to Creating a Functional Website

A step-by-step guide to setting up a professional website, from choosing a domain name and hosting site to hiring a Flash designer. Find out everything you need to know.

Web Site Privacy Policy

Regulations and policies of a company regarding the use of the website and policy of the customers or users of the site to be posted on the website

Terms of Service Agreement

A term of service for a fictional company that includes details of service provided, calculation of fees and other charges, billing arrangements, non-payment, and termination.

Terms of Use

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