Plain Language Contracts

Loan Agreement Single Document

A Loan Agreement is a legal document that records the rights and obligations between the Lender that advances money to a Borrower.

Loan Agreement Pack Multiple Documents

Documents contained within this package
  1. Legal Practitioner Letter of Engagement (Party A)
  2. Legal Practitioner Letter of Engagement (Party B)
  3. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  4. Loan Agreement
  5. Suretyship
  6. Mortgage Bond
  7. Notarial Bond
  8. Cession as Security Agreement
  9. Resolution Party A
  10. Resolution Party B
  11. Company Shareholders Reso Party A
  12. Resolution Party C
  13. Company Shareholders Reso Party C
  14. Subordination Agreement

MOU Pack Multiple Documents

Documents contained within this package
  1. Legal Practitioner Letter of Engagement (Party A)
  2. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

Master Service Agreement (MSA) Single Document

MSA or Master Service Agreement is a contract made between two or more parties in which they both agree to most of the terms used to govern any future agreements or future transactions.

Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) Single Document

The MOI is the most important document governing a company. The MOI sets out the rules governing the conduct of the company, as specified by its owners. The Companies Act, 2008, imposes certain specific requirements on the content of a Memorandum of Incorporation, as necessary to protect the interests of shareholders in the company, and provides for a number of default company rules / alterable provisions, which companies may accept or alter as they wish as long as it is in line with the Companies Act, 2008.

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Single Document

Generally, an MOU is a non-binding agreement between parties in which the parties record certain facts and discussion surrounding a proposed binding agreement that they wish to enter into.
MOUs are often combined with non-disclosure agreements (which are binding on the Parties) and also sometimes contain non-solicitation of key individual provisions (which are also binding on the Parties).
The MOU is also sometimes referred to in practice as a “Term Sheet” or a “Recordal”, and usually contain key principles that must be mirrored in the definitive agreement and a recordal of certain actions to be taken by the applicable parties to the MOU.