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  • Contract of Lease for Movable Property

    Lease out your movable property (i.e. cellphone, jewelry, laptop)

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    A Contract of Lease is an agreement where a property owner (i.e. the lessor) allows another person or corporation (i.e. the lessee) to rent his/her property for a period of time and usually for a fee. 

    A Contract of Lease sets out the complete terms of the lease and the respective rights and obligations of the parties.  The lease contract contains basic provisions such as (a) the amount of rent; and (b) the term of the lease.  It may even include other detailed provisions such as provisions on (a) security deposit and; (b) advance rentals.  A lease contract created on Legal Tree can be as basic or detailed as you need it to be depending on your situation.

  • Contract to Sell Immovable Property

    Sell your immovable property (i.e. land, building, condominium unit)

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Contract to Sell Movable Property

    Sell your movable property (i.e. cellphone, jewelry, laptop)

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Contract to Sell Vehicle

    Sell your vehicle

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    A Contract to Sell is an agreement between the seller and buyer for the (a) seller to sell a certain piece of property to the buyer; and (b) the buyer to buy said property from the seller.  The contract contains the basic terms of the sale such as (a) purchase price; (b) payment terms; and (c) warranties.  

    In a Contract to Sell the seller is free to sell the property on an as-is basis (i.e. with no warranties) or with certain warranties to entice the buyer to buy. A warranty is a legally enforceable promise that certain facts and representations about the property are true.  This means the seller represents a certain fact as true or makes a representation regarding the product.  A common warranty is the seller’s promise to repair the product for any manufacturing defects within a period of 1-year from purchase.

    On the other hand, a property sold on an as-is basis has no warranties and the buyer is purchasing the property in its present condition, with all its faults either apparent or not.

    With Legal Tree you can create a Contract to Sell for any property and customize it according to your needs.

  • Deed of Assignment for Immovable Property

    Assign your rights to immovable property (i.e. house, land, condomonium unit) to another person

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    A Deed of Assignment is a contract where the owner (the “assignor”) transfers ownership over a certain property to another person (the “assignee”) by way of assignment.  As a result of the assignment the assignee steps into the shoes of the assignor and assumes all the rights and obligations pertaining to the property.

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