Documents related to 'loan waiver deed'

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Director's loan agreementA director shareholder doesn't have to sign a loan agreement when they borrow money from their company. The terms of borrowing can be agreed orally or just implied. However, in certain situations a director is required by compa... Read more
01 Sep 2016
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Agreement
Employee loan agreementLoans to employees provided for the purchase of season tickets, cars, bikes or any other purposes must have documented terms and conditions so that confusion is avoided at a later date. This benefits both the company and the em... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Agreement
 Loan agreement A loan agreement is created when a lender agrees to lend money to a borrower. It acts as an enforceable contract between the parties where the borrower must pay back the lender according to the terms set out in the agreement.When is ... Read more
04 Jul 2016
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Miscellaneous
 Assignment of contract debtPerhaps you've had enough of chasing a particular debt and have found someone who's prepared to pay you to take it off your hands? If so, use our form to formally assign the debt.AdviceAssigning a debt is dead easy. Once yo... Read more
27 Sep 2009
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Deed of assignment of life policyAs part of your estate planning you might want to transfer a life insurance policy to someone else, say a son or daughter. You can do this by assigning the benefits of the policy to them. Share your estateYou cannot g... Read more
25 Apr 2009
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Dividend waiverA dividend waiver is a document produced by a sharelder to show that they have given up (waived) their right to one or more dividends that they would otherwise be entitled to. A waiver can be used in income tax and inheritance tax plan... Read more
13 Sep 2009
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Miscellaneous
Deed of variationThe terms of a will can be varied by agreement among the beneficiaries so that the residue of an estate passes on different terms than those included in the will. This is known as a deed of variation. These are often used to improve ... Read more
27 Mar 2009
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