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As a member of the Board of Directors of a corporation, you can direct that some specific action be taken without having to gather everyone to meet by using a form for an action without the meeting of the directors. This document gives written consent for accomplishing a stated goal without the directors voting on its approval in a meeting.
The purpose of this agreement is to formally acknowledge a change to the original terms of an existing contract. A contract is an agreement between you and another party. Although all contracts do not need to be in writing, in order to avoid later disagreements as to the original terms, most are usually set forth in writing.
Companies have to approve their Board of Directors as well as create, review and pass by-laws. However, a physical meeting is not always possible for many reasons. In any situation where action is taken without a formal meeting, the incorporator or incorporators grant permission by signing and dating the consent form.
When your organization wants to be approved and come together, the board of directors needs to meet. This usually means that your board members need to be given notice of this meeting. To meet without notice, members need to submit a waiver of notice and consent to holding of organizational meeting of board of directors.
If you want to discharge an employee who has worked for you for any period of time between 30 days and two years, terminate the employee's services legally using a Notice of Dismissal. This document alerts them that he or she is being discharged. Without this Notice, you may be liable for giving them additional pay.
Proxy Consent enables you to transfer the right to consent that specific medical procedures be used in your treatment to a third party in the event you are incapacitated and cannot communicate your wishes yourself. One type of Proxy Consent is the power of attorney, and the living will is another popular form.
In order for an employer to legally deduct monies from an employee's paycheck, the employee must sign a Payroll Deduction Authorization. This document gives permission to the employer to withhold money for specific purposes, such as insurance contributions and charitable contributions, which are voluntary, along with such mandatory deductions as federal income tax and FICA.
A Direct Deposit Authorization is a document that enables you to give your employees the option of having their payroll checks deposited directly into their personal bank accounts. This form gives the company the authority to deposit an employee's paychecks directly into the bank account of record provided by the employee. This agreement continues until it is cancelled in writing.