Startupwala Team 23/05/2018
What you are going to read and do in next 2 minutes has saved Rs. 875 Crore (around $123 million) for Indian Startups from 2016 to till date.
Yes, you read it right.
These 21 legal agreements in total costed a minimum of Rs. 70,000 for each startup.
However, on installing the Startupwala Mobile App, each one of the 125,000 Startups who installed the App got all of the legal agreements free.
Click on the Download BUTTON and follow below Steps.
#1 Employee Appointment Contract
Contract of Services between employer and employee or consultant
#2 Employee Non-Disclosure and Non-Compete Agreement
Contract for maintaining confidentiality by employee and non-engagement in similar business which may be harmful for employer
#3 Employee Promotion & Increment Letter
Letter format for informing promotion and salary increment to employee
#4 Employee Exit Documents
Documents to be issued at the time of exit from the company
#5 Leave & License or Rent Agreement
Contract between the property owner and the lessee company.
#6 Work Space Sharing Agreement
Contract between Startup and the owner for renting co-working space for entrepreneurs and freelancers
#7 Trademark Assignment Deed
Contract between the seller and buyer of a trademark, which helps the buyer to use the good will and brand popularity.
#8 Franchise Agreement
Allows the franchisee to operate business under the name of the Franchisor on profit sharing basis.
#9 Software License Agreement
Contract used by Software Startup to inform the buyer tohow the software can be used, and details restrictions that are imposed on the software.
#10 Freelance Agreement
Startups appoint freelancers for outsourcing of specialised work and the Contract is a must.
#11 Business Non Disclosure Agreement
The NDA is a very important contract to protect the business secrets and maintaining commercial confidentiality
#12 Takeover or Sale of Business Agreement
The takeover agreements helps to buy or sell the business.
#13 Memorandum of Understanding MOU
There are variety of legal understandings entered between parties like shareholders, business partnerships or joint venture.
#14 Website Use Terms & Conditions
Used in websites for informing the visitors about the terms of using the website.
#15 Website Privacy & Refund Policy
Used in websites for informing the visitors about data privacy, cancellation of transactions and refund
#16 Social Media Policy
Policy document shared with the employees and others how the brand should and should not be represented online.
#17 Resolution for Bank Account Opening
A board of directors meeting resolution is required for opening a Bank account and the resolution issued by the Startup to the Bank
#18 Resolution for Change in Authorised Signatory in Bank
The resolution of board meeting format for changing the signatory to Bank account of the Company.
#19 Resolution for Registration with Government or Tax Authorities
Authority to sign and submit documents for Govt. licence is required by director or third party.
#20 General Power of Attorney
Power of attorney is an important legal document to allow someone else to act on behalf of the Company.
#21 Specific Power of Attorney
Power of attorney when given for specific work and not a blanket permission is called specific POA.
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