An NDA is a legal agreement between two parties that outlines the confidentiality of
information shared between them. It ensures that any confidential information exchanged will be kept secret
and not shared with third parties.
A non-compete agreement is a legal contract in which one party agrees not to
compete with the other party's business. It is commonly used in employment contracts to
prevent employees from leaving and starting a similar business that would compete with their
A service agreement is a contract that outlines the terms and conditions of a service
being provided by one party to another. It defines the scope of work, payment terms, timelines,
and other important details.
A franchise agreement is a legal contract in which a franchisor grants a franchisee
the right to operate a business under the franchisor's brand name and business model. The
franchisee pays a fee and agrees to follow certain rules and guidelines set by the franchisor.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
An MOU is a non-binding agreement between two parties that outlines the basic
terms and conditions of a potential business relationship. It is often used as a preliminary
agreement before a formal contract is drafted.
A co-founder agreement is a legal contract that outlines the roles, responsibilities,
and ownership structure among co-founders of a startup.
A term sheet is a non-binding document that outlines the key
terms and conditions of a potential investment or business transaction.
A shareholder agreement is a legal contract that governs the
relationship between shareholders of a company, addressing rights, obligations, and protections.
Channel Partner Agreement
A channel partner agreement is a legal contract between a company and a third-
party entity that agrees to sell or promote the company's products or services. It defines the
terms of the relationship, including commissions, marketing, and support.
A distributor agreement is a contract between a manufacturer or supplier and a
distributor who agrees to sell the products or services to end customers. It outlines the terms of
the relationship, including pricing, distribution territories, and other important details.
Service Provider Agreement
A service provider agreement is a contract between a company and a third-party
service provider who agrees to provide a specific service to the company. It includes details
such as payment terms, service level agreements, and other important information.