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  • Unsecured Promissory Note (Lump-Sum Payment)

    Lend money with a simple and straightforward loan document. Repayment is to be made in 1 lump-sum.


    A Promissory Note is a legally binding document where a person lends money (the “lender”) to another person (the “borrower”) subject to the borrower’s obligation to repay, sometimes with interest.  The loan contract stipulates the terms of the loan such as the (1) amount loaned; (2) interest rate; and (3) terms of payment.

    A Promissory Note may also be either secured or unsecured.  A secured loan refers to a loan protected by a collateral which the lender can sell if the borrower fails to timely pay the loan.  A collateral can be either movable property (i.e. jewelry) or immovable property (i.e. a house).  On the other hand, an unsecured loan refers to a loan that offers no collateral and leaves the lender with no property that can be readily sold to pay off the loan if the borrower defaults.

    With Legal Tree you can easily create and customize the right Promissory Note for you depending on your situation.

  • Website Privacy Policy

    Inform your customers what information your website collects and how you use said information


    A Privacy Policy is your company's statement of how you collect, use, store, protect, disclose and transfer both the personal and nonpersonal information of your users. The definition of personal data includes names, addresses (physical or e-mail), IP addresses, telephone numbers, date of birth and financial information, such as debit or credit card details. The Privacy Policy also describes how your company complies with its legal obligations in handling users’ information, such as the security measures in place to protect user data, and how users can seek recourse should the company fail to meet those responsibilities.

  • Website Terms of Use

    Inform your customers how your website works and how they can use it (i.e. what they can and can't do)


    The terms of use is an agreement that a website user must abide by in order to use your website. It specifies the rules governing (a) how users can use your website; (b) what relationship exists between the user and your business; (c) how and why you may suspend or ban people from your website; and (d) avoidance or management of any potential legal issues.

    A well-crafted terms of use might cover such areas as payment, taxes, refunds, gift certificates, accounts, as well as details about your business services, privacy policy, disclaimer, warranties, limitations on liability, etc. 

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