Incorporating your business in Alberta has both legal, financial and personal benefits. Your business becomes its own legal entity and limits the liability of its shareholders. It also provides a business with long-term stability, a professional reputation and may even make your company more investable. You do not need a lawyer to incorporate but this is your choice.
An independent contractor is someone who works independently by providing services to clients and customers. They may be part of a group of contractors working under one contract or they may work for themselves.
An Independent Contractor Agreement, also known as a service agreement or consulting agreement, is a document used to define a business relationship between a contractor and a client. It specifies the financial aspects and service details in order to provide clarification and direction to both parties.
A Joint Venture Agreement is a contract between two or more parties that agree to combine their resources for a limited time in order to accomplish a project or reach a goal.
This contract establishes:
NUANS (Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) is a computerized search service in Canada for comparison of proposed corporate names or trademarks. In order to federally incorporate a company in Canada, a business owner must ensure that their proposed corporate name or trademark does not infringe on other intellectual property holders. A NUANS report is required for listing existing company names that closely match a proposed company name to identify potential name confusion.
A Partnership Agreement establishes the rights and responsibilities of general partners, and the rules in a for-profit partnership. Anyone entering into a business partnership with one or more partners, including friends, family members, or spouses, should have a Partnership Agreement in order to lay out the terms and conditions of the business relationship.
A Personal or Corporate Guarantee is a contract where an individual or corporation (guarantor) agrees to be responsible for the debt or obligations of another individual or corporation (debtor) in the event the debtor defaults on its obligations owed to a third party, such as a lender, landlord or creditor, in a guaranteed contract.
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