• Property
  • Tech
  • Companies
  • Financing
  • Employment
  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercial
  • E-commerce

DocNinja contract builders

The fastest way to create accurate, tailored contracts.

Why users love our contract builders

Our contract and document creation frameworks are extensively used by experienced legal professionals who assist in ensuring our frameworks are up to date.

Complete document packs

Users can create multiple contracts, resolutions and supporting documents from a single guided interview.

Continuous improvement

With every document created, we make provision for a feedback loop to determine user satisfaction and get feedback on the documents. 

Guided and intuitive

Interviews change and adapt based on user input, and various guidance notes and real-time feedback is provided to the users throughout the process.

Plain English

We believe any person on a business manager level must be able to understand what a contract says.

Highly customizable

Whether users want to build a basic services agreement of 10 pages or a comprehensive services agreement of 60 pages, it is easily done with the DocNinja contract builders.  

Team of experts

We have a team of engineers and expert legal practitioners continuously iterating through the contract creation frameworks to ensure that they are up to date concerning any developments within the legal environment.

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Property agreements are contracts relating to the sale, leasing, management or marketing of immovable property, . It specifies the different obligations of the respective parties, their rights and any warranties or undertakings relating to the property.

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Information Technology agreements are contracts related to information technology, including software licenses, IT services, cloud services and software development.

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Corporate agreements are an integral part of a company’s documentation. They are legally binding agreements that summarise strategic arrangements between a company and other parties and agents such as suppliers and partners. Corporate agreements outline the terms and conditions, specify responsibilities, resources and protect party interests.

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A financing agreement is an agreement between two parties in which one party agrees to provide the other with something of value, usually money, and the second party agrees to repay the loan amount plus interest and fees. Various items or assets can be financed i.e., homes, vehicles, business ventures etc

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Employment agreements regulate the relationship between the Employer and Employee and set out the rights, duties, responsibilities and financial aspects of the employment.

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Intellectual Property agreements are legal contracts between two parties which outline the ownership of an original work or form of intellectual property / inventions. This includes Copyrights, Trademarks, Patents and Trade Secrets.

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Commercial agreements are contracts regulating business relationships between individuals or businesses whereas they agree to perform some actions or refrain from doing others. A commercial agreement provides parties certainty  on how and when to perform their obligation under the agreement.

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Electronic commerce agreements include terms for the various activities to be performed via internet commerce transactions. These agreements provide businesses with protection related to third party services and transactions as well as limit their liabilities.

Property

A Sale of Immovable Property Agreement is concluded between a seller and a buyer and relates to the sale of a House, Farm or Sectional Title Unit. The agreement addresses various aspects surrounding the purchase price, payment thereof and different obligations of the parties

A Residential Lease Agreement is concluded between a tenant and landlord stipulating certain terms relating to the lease of the property, including commercial aspects such as rental, escalations and payment due dates.

A Commercial Lease Agreement is concluded between a landlord and a tenant and relates to the lease of a building, shop, office suite, or related space that will be used for business purposes.

An Agent Mandate Agreement is concluded between an owner of immovable property and an agent. It determines the rights, obligations and duties related to the marketing of a property and the commission payable if there is a successful transaction.

A Property Management Agreement is concluded between the owner of immovable property and a property manager. It determines the property manager's duties with regard to the property, which may include the collection of rental, handling service providers and attending to inspections.

A Notarial Bond is registered over movable property and provides security to a lender (the "Mortgagee") that the borrower (the "Mortgagor") will pay the amounts due to the lender.

The Notarial Bond must be attested to by a notary public and be registered in the Deeds Office.

A Mortgage Bond is registered over immovable property and provides security to a lender (the "Mortgagee") that the borrower (the "Mortgagor") will pay the amounts due to the lender.

The Mortgage Bond must be attested to by a notary public and be registered in the Deeds Office.

Tech

A Master Software Development Agreement is a framework agreement detailing the terms on which the Customer engages the Developer to develop bespoke Software.

The Master Software Development Agreement goes hand-in-hand with a Statement of Work (SoW) which details required functional and technical specifications, important dates and commercials.

A Professional Services Agreement is concluded between a Customer and a Service Provider.

Services under a Professional Services Agreement are generally unique and technical. For example, the development of a turnaround strategy for a business.

A Software License Agreement is concluded between a Software Provider and a Customer. It sets out the terms of use and conditions related to specific Software and the commercial aspects, for example, license fees, escalations and overage.

A Reseller Agreement is concluded between a Business and a Reseller and details how a business will resell another business's products or services.

The agreement grants the Reseller rights to market and sell the product or service, determines the scope of the reseller's rights in respect of territory, exclusivity and rebates and includes the respective Parties' different obligations, restrictions and duties.

As part of Software licenced to a Customer, the Customer may need certain Support and Maintenance Services related to the Software.

The Support and Maintenance Agreement details the terms and conditions governing the provision of maintenance and support services to customers.

A Cloud Services Agreement is concluded between a Cloud Service Provider and a Customer for using Cloud Services - for example, Software as a Service (SaaS).

This agreement provides terms and conditions for using their cloud service.

An API Agreement governs the use of API's between the Software Service Provider and other developers or users that want to use the API within their Software.

Companies

A SPA is an Agreement between a buyer and a seller that governs the share transfer in a company. 

A SPA protects both parties by defining their respective rights and obligations. The SPA may also contain warranties and undertakings in respect of the shares and the Company in which the shares are held.

A Share Buyback Agreement is an agreement in which the owner transfers the shares back to the Company.

A Cession of Claims Agreement is concluded between a cedent (often a selling Shareholder) and a cessionary (often a third party Shareholder). It transfers the claims a cedent has against the Company to the cessionary.

A Share Subscription Agreement is an agreement between a company and a subscriber to shares in the Company. It details the subscription terms - for example, the subscription price, payment mechanics, warranties and undertakings.

A Shareholders Agreement is concluded between the Shareholders of a Company that sets out shareholders' rights and obligations. 

The agreement generally provides how the shares in the Company can be transferred and the respective rights shareholders will have in respect of the shares on transfer.

A document that sets out the rights, duties and responsibilities of shareholders, directors and other persons involved in a company.

Every Company incorporated and registered in South Africa is required to have an MOI.

With a Put Option Agreement, the Option Provider provides an option to the Option Holder that entitles the Option Holder to sell their shares to the Option Provider on the occurrence of an Option Event.

With a Call Option Agreement, the Option Provider provides an option to the Option Holder that entitles the Option Holder to purchase the Option Providers shares on the occurrence of an Option Event.

An Incorporated Joint Venture Agreement can be concluded between multiple Parties. This agreement determines how the newly incorporated Joint Venture Company will be set up and managed and how profits will be distributed out of the Joint Venture Company.

A Directors Resolution is a document within a Company to document the actions, approvals and decisions by the Company's board of directors.

The shareholders must make certain decisions within a Company. The shareholders' resolution details these decisions.

Financing

A Loan Agreement is concluded between a lender and a borrower. This agreement regulates the parties' obligations specifically relating to the advance of the loan amount, repayment thereof, the interest rate, term, fees, and other undertakings by the borrower.

A Security Cession is concluded between a Cedent (generally a borrower) and a Cessionary (generally a lender). In terms of this agreement, the Cedent cedes certain rights (for example, the rights to collect monies owed from its debtors) to the cessionary as security for obligations owed.

A Suretyship is concluded between a Surety and a Lender. In terms of this agreement, the surety binds itself to perform the obligations of another party (generally a "debtor").

A Guarantee is concluded between a Guarantor and a Lender. This agreement creates a principle obligation on the Guarantor to perform the obligations of a third party (generally a "debtor").

A Notarial Bond is registered over movable property and provides security to a lender (the "Mortgagee") that the borrower (the "Mortgagor") will pay the amounts due to the lender.

The Notarial Bond must be attested to by a notary public and be registered in the Deeds Office.

A Mortgage Bond is registered over immovable property and provides security to a lender (the "Mortgagee") that the borrower (the "Mortgagor") will pay the amounts due to the lender.

The Mortgage Bond must be attested to by a notary public and be registered in the Deeds Office.

An acknowledgement of debt (AOD) is used when a borrower acknowledges debt obligations. The Debtor admits that they owe a sum of money to the Creditor and undertakes to repay the amount on terms agreed upon between the parties as per the AOD.

A Subordination Agreement is an agreement in which a Party agrees that their claim ranks below that of another party.

A set-off agreement can be used to settle mutual debt between Parties through offsetting claims.

Employment

An Employment Agreement is an agreement between an employer and an employee setting out both Parties' duties, rights and responsibilities in respect of the employment relationship.

An Independent Contractor Agreement is concluded between a Contractor and a Customer to perform a Service. The Contractor is not an employee of the Customer and acts independently of the Customer.

An Agency Agreement is concluded between a Principle and an Agent. It is used to create a principal-agent relationship and used where one party (the "Principal") allows another party (the "Agent") to act on their behalf.

A Freelancer Agreement is concluded between a Business and Freelancer for the provision of Services detailed in the agreement.

Intellectual Property

A Copyright Agreement grants the Licensee the right to use the Licensor's copyrighted work under the terms and conditions of the Copyright License Agreement.

A Trademark License Agreement grants a Licensee the right to use the Licensor's Trademark under the terms and conditions of the Trademark License Agreement.

A Copyright Assignment Agreement is concluded between a Seller (the "Assignor") and a Purchaser (the "Assignee") in respect of the sale of Copyrighted Work.

This agreement governs the Parties' rights, stipulates the obligations of the Parties in respect of the copyrighted work and may contain warranties and undertakings related to the copyrighted work.

A Trademark Assignment Agreement is concluded between a Seller (the "Assignor") and a Purchaser (the "Assignee") in respect of the sale of a Trademark.

This agreement governs the Parties' rights, stipulates the obligations of the Parties in respect of the copyrighted work and may contain warranties and undertakings related to the Trademark.

Commercial

An NDA is an agreement between parties which determines how confidential information will be exchanged, how it can be used, by whom it can be used and to what extent it may be used.

A MSA is a framework agreement defining the general terms in a business relationship concerning services provided by the Service Provider to the Customer. These include payment terms, warranties, intellectual property ownership and dispute resolution.

An Agency Agreement is concluded between a Principle and an Agent. It is used to create a principal-agent relationship and used where one party (the "Principal") allows another party (the "Agent") to act on their behalf.

A Distribution Agreement is concluded between a Business and a Distributor. This agreement determines how products are to be distributed within a Territory and the respective rights and obligations of the Parties when it comes to distributing the Products.

A Sale of a Used Motor Vehicle is an agreement between a Seller and a Purchaser setting out the commercial aspects, the parties' responsibilities and when ownership will transfer.

E-commerce

Website Ts & Cs provide how the website may be used by the user and contain the restrictions, limitations and rights of the user and the website owner.

A Website Privacy Policy explains how a website will collect, store, protect, and use personal information provided and collected from users.

An acceptable use policy (AUP) determines what end users can or cannot do on the website.

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We do build custom workflows between the creation, signature and management processes. 

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