Eviction Notice

Eviction notice is a notice notifying tenant to evict from landlord property. An eviction notice form must be delivered in person to the tenant in question, sent by registered post or via another person who is of legal age staying in the rented property to hand it over to the main tenant.

Lease forms

Lease is a agreement by which an owner (the Landlord) of a specific asset (such as a parcel of land, building, equipment, or machinery) grants a second party (the Tenant) the right to its exclusive possession and use for a specific period and under specified conditions, in return for specified pe

Contract Termination Letter

A contract termination letter is calls off and terminates an agreement and contract.

Credit Note

A Credit Note or Credit Memo is a document issued by a seller to a buyer. The seller issues a Credit Note for the same or lower amount than the invoice, and then repays the money to the buyer or sets it off against a balance due from other transactions.

Reference Letter

A Reference letter  is a letter in which the writer makes a general assessment of the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of a person or confirms details about that individual’s situation or circumstances.

Health Care Power of Attorney

Health Care Power of Attorney

A Health Care Power of Attorney is a document that allows you to designate a person - "Agent" who will have the authority to make health care decisions on your behalf if you are unconscious, mentally incompetent, or otherwise unable to make such decisions.


In the U.S., a notary provides legal verification of an individual's signature in business and legal transactions. In foreign countries, a notary does the same, but often has broader powers. Many countries require notaries to be trained in law, some require notaries to be lawyers also, and some have different types of notaries whose authority to certify certain documents depends on their training. For example, a foreign notary might prepare legal documents, do a title search, certify title, translate documents, certify translations, and file and register documents with government authorities. Foreign notarial fees are commonly higher than those in the U.S. because of the extended services provided.

Customs Power of Attorney

Customs Power of Attorney

A Customs Power of Attorney is a legal document authorizing any customs broker whose services you use in order for them to handle your customs transactions. This is true whether you are out of the country or not.

Debit Note

Debit Note

A Debit Note is issued by a customer to a supplier as a means of formally requesting a credit note.

Request for Offer (RFO)

A request for offer, commonly abbreviated to RFO, is a structured invitation to suppliers for the supply of products and/or services.

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