Set up your unit trust with this super fast and easy Unit Trust Deed. This is a top-tier quality document, executed as a deed poll. Use this document to establish the fundamental rules of your unit trust, much like the constitution of a company.
Create a legally binding “IOU” to be repayable on a specified date, after a specified amount or time or on demand. Can be interest-free or provide for interest to accrue. Commonly used in corporate reorganisations or whenever payment needs to be made without the actual flow of cash.
Document anything from a simple intra-group company or family loan to a full arm’s-length debt financing deal. Our online solution is lightning fast and couldn’t be easier to use. Gives you full control over interest, repayment and other terms (such as events of default, loan covenants and warranties, etc) that are crucial for protecting your interests.
Like a fixed and floating charge, use this automated General Security Deed to create a broad set of security interests over all of the property of the party granting the security. Complies with the requirements of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth). This solution has been developed to secure the performance of obligations, such the payment of monies, under one or more separate documents.
Our automated Power of Attorney enables you to appoint one or more people to sign documents on your behalf. This can be particular specified documents or all documents relating to a particular transaction. Multiple attorneys can be appointed in one go.
Before companies execute documents, best practice is for the directors to pass proper resolutions authorising the company to do so. This is also a common legal requirement. Answer a few simple questions and our automated solution will prepare minutes of a board meeting, or written resolutions of the directors, authorising the company to sign specified documents. Includes a notice of the board meeting, if required.
Protect your company directors from personal liability with our top-tier quality Deed of Access and Indemnity. Expanding on statutory rights, it provides directors with access to company books and indemnifies them against legal costs and liabilities. Also provides for the company to take out and pay for directors and officers (D&O) insurance.