Go From Legal Overwhelm To Legal Easy!
Do you have a small business in Canada?
Then you need customizable templates to help you set up your business, operate your bricks and mortar local business or your online business!
Corrine Boudreau of Online Legal Essentials can help you!
Corinne has developed guided legal templates for Canadians doing business online.
Corinne has a knack for making things practical and easy to implement. Being a lawyer since 2002 has given her perspective and experience to boil things down to the essentials.
You know that I love templates – and tips, tools, and training to make it easy!
Corinne delivers this for you!
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Check out the library of resources waiting for you.
Or, choose a template for a specific topic. Corinne's templates include:
Client Agreements - Professional Advice and Creative Services
Client Agreement Template (For Coaches)
Contractor Agreement (General)
Contractor Agreement (Virtual Assistants)
Contractor Agreement (Trainers)
Non-Disclosure (NDA) Agreement - One Way (Contractor)
Non-Disclosure (NDA) Agreement - One Way (Employees)
Non-Disclosure (NDA) Agreement - Mutual (Two-Way)
Commercial Leases - Sub-Let Agreement
Studio Rental Agreement
PARTNERSHIPS AND CORPORATIONS
Annual Meeting Minutes
Director Appointment, Director and Officer Resignations and Share Subscriptions
Corporation Dividend Resolution
COPYRIGHT – PROTECTING YOUR CONTENT
Notice and Notice Form
Cease and Desist Letter - Copyright Infringement
Copyright Notice (Long Form)
Copyright (IP) Assignment Agreement
Photo Licensing Agreement
Photo Digital Rights Agreement
TRADEMARK – PROTECTING YOUR BRAND
Cease and Desist Letter - Trademark Infringement
Trademark Recommended Resources List
“When we know better, we can we do better.”
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