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Power of Attorney
HelpLegalNature has taken the most useful personal legal documents available and compiled them for you.
- Durable Power of Attorney
HelpThis is the most comprehensive type of power of attorney available. It allows someone to act on your behalf in a number of situations.
- Medical Power of Attorney
HelpThis type of power of attorney is more limited then a durable power of attorney. It is limited to making medical decisions when an individual is unable to do so.
Real Estate Forms
HelpReal estate forms and contracts from LegalNature.
- Lease Agreement
HelpA lease agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant that is used went renting out a property.
- Month to Month Leases
HelpThese leases are different from standard lease agreements because they are on a month to month basis instead of year or longer.
- Notice to Quit
HelpThis is a document used to end or terminate a lease. Available in 3-day, 30-day, and 60-day formats.
HelpLegalNature’s business forms will help you can create basic contracts like general partnerships and employee agreements.
- Partnership Agreement
HelpThis agreement is used when individuals or businesses are looking to form a partnership. It clearly specifies the roles and involvement of each of the partners.
- Promissory Note
HelpThis form or contract states that you will repay a promised loan to an individual or bank.
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
HelpA NDA is designed to protect a business when they are sharing sensitive information with other businesses or individuals.
- Non-Disclosure Agreement Business Plan
HelpThis type of NDA is designed to protect sensitive information that needs to be disclosed when presenting a business idea to potential partners or investors.
- Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement
HelpThis type of NDA is beneficial when the involved parties are each providing privileged information, usually for the purposes of a merger or joint enterprise.
- Non-Disclosure Agreement Independent Contractor
HelpThe Independent Contractor NDA is commonly used to prevent contract workers from taking your sensitive information to their next contract position - which could be your competitor.