Form Description: When you make agreements with people, especially business agreements, you need contracts. Having written business contracts will help avoid confusion and provide evidence and guidance in case of contract disputes. Our notarized contracts can make the work of crafting an agreement a little easier, and provide more solid evidence of a legal contract in case disagreements become irreconcilable. Whether it's a business contract or an agreement with a neighbor, this is the place to start.
This form includes a contract template with space for the exact terms of your agreement. At the bottom are places for contact information and signature for each party, as well as the notary's acknowledgement and signature for each party. This version is designed for an agreement between two individuals acting under Power of Attorney for others. This form is in full-page portrait format.
Form Orientation: Portrait orientation
Copies: 1 copy per page
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