A partnership agreement is a binding contract between partners that contains the terms and conditions of the partnership. However, before we dig deeper into the nature of a partnership agreement it is important that you first understand what a partnership is. Generally, a partnership is an agreement between two or more people to contribute money, property, or labor to come up with a common fund and divide the profits among themselves.
What is a Service Agreement? A service agreement is a contract between one person (Supplier) and another (Client) to render services for a specific period of time in exchange for remuneration. It is also known as a Contractor Agreement which governs the relationship of the supplier and client. It sets down the terms and conditions … Read more
Here is a copy of a simple standard photo and video consent form that can be used to gain permission to use someone in a photo session or film production. There is a downloadable Word file at the bottom if you’d like to maintain our formatting, if not you can just copy and paste the … Read more
It doesn’t matter if you’re at your place of work, at home, or in a public space…state laws still apply. For you to see if an employer can record conversations without consent you will have to check and see if you are in a one party or two party consent state. To put it simply … Read more
In general it is illegal to record private audio of conversations between two individuals without the consent of one or both parties. The biggest thing to know first is whether you are in a one party, or all party consent state. You can look at our list of One Party Consent States or All Party … Read more
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Updated February 2022 How Long do Hospitals Keep Medical Records HIPAA is a federal law that requires your medical records to be retained for 6 years at a federal level. However, most states also have their own medical retention laws, which can be more stringent than HIPAA stipulates. Look at the table below to see … Read more