Business law document services

The MyLawyer Business Law Plan includes a wide range of legal document templates that you can prepare easily online to keep your business compliant, without the hassle and expense of using a traditional solicitor. Convenient and easy to use, our document preparation service is constantly kept up to date with changes in the law by a team of solicitors, so you can be confident your document is current and relevant.

Below is a list of the legal document services available through the MyLawyer Business Law Plan.

Employment law

Employment contracts

Consultancy agreement
Employment agreement
Employment statement
Executive director's service agreement
Fixed-term employment agreement
Statement of changes in terms of employment
Work experience agreement

Employment procedures

Agreement to opt out of the Working Time Directive
Employee handbook
Licence for an employee to occupy residential accommodation

Hiring staff

Staff recruitment pack

Discipline and dismissal

Discipline & dismissal (pack)
Settlement agreement

Sickness & absence

Sickness self-certification form

Health & Safety regulations

Health & safety

Fire risk assessment - Record of significant findings
Fire risk review checklist
Health and safety (pack)
Health and safety compliance review and policy creator
Risk assessment for young person on work experience

Business start-up

Business start-up agreements

Limited liability partnership agreement
Non-executive director appointment letter
Notice of dissolution of partnership agreement
Partnership agreement
Shareholders agreement

Debts & debt recovery

Debt recovery

Debt collection letters for unpaid invoices
Debt recovery (pack)
Form N1 - Claim form for debt recovery
General power of attorney to collect debts
Letter before action following earlier correspondence
Letter before action for an outstanding invoice
Reminder letter for an outstanding invoice payment
Reminder letter for continued outstanding invoice payment

Debt, bankruptcy and liquidation

Acknowledgement of debt
Guarantee for the payment of a debt
Offer for making part payment of a debt via instalments
Promissory note in basic form
Promissory note with interest and repayable by instalments

Buying & selling

Agreeing to buy and sell

Notice of cancellation of order
Purchase order

Ecommerce

Commission linking agreement for websites
Domain name transfer agreement

Terms & conditions

Privacy policy for a website
Terms & conditions (pack)
Terms & conditions for website selling consumer goods and/or services
Terms and conditions for the back of a goods order form

Sales agreements

Agency agreement
Agreement for the supply of goods (non-retail)
Circular letter introducing conditions of sale or purchase
Distribution agreement
Simple introduction commission agreement

Intellectual property

Protecting your ideas

Mutual non-disclosure agreement
Non-disclosure agreement

Copyright and trade marks

Model photograph agreement
Photographer's agreement as to the use of his or her work
Trade mark licence agreement

Guarantees & assignments

Assigning and terminating a contract

Assignment of beneficial interest in property
Assignment of the benefit of a contract
Buyer's notice to end a contract
Contract terminating and assigning (pack)
Letter giving notice of termination of contract
Notice of assignment/assignation of the benefit of a contract

Guarantees & assignments

Assignment of debt and notice
Guarantee by several persons of limited sum
Guarantee for the performance of a contract

Property

Leases and licences

Licence to occupy business premises
Medium term lease of commercial premises with rent review
Short term lease of commercial premises with no rent review
Residential and assured shorthold tenancy agreement

Possession due to rent arrears

Stage 1: Before you start court proceedings (rent arrears)
Stage 2: Starting court proceedings for possession (rent arrears)
Stage 3: Enforcing your possession order (rent arrears)

Accelerated possession

Notice under section 21 of the Housing Act 1988
Stage 1: Before you start court proceedings (accelerated possession)
Stage 2: Starting court proceedings for possession (accelerated possession)
Stage 3: Enforcing your possession order (accelerated possession)

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