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Lawpath Product Update (November 2019)

Lawpath Product Update (November 2019)

Check out all the new legal documents we've added in November. Including Licensing Agreements (IP), Share Subscription Agreements and many more.

10th December 2019

Although we’ve got more than 200 legal documents on our platform currently, we’re always adding more to our library to ensure businesses are covered for all of their legal needs.

New Documents

This is what we’ve added throughout November:

  • Directors Resolution (General)
  • Share Vesting Agreement
  • Share Subscription Agreement
  • Dangerous Recreational Activity Waiver
  • Skydiving Waiver
  • Horse Riding Waiver
  • Air Trampoline Waiver
  • Engagement Letter
  • Refund Policy
  • Environmental Policy
  • Non-Compete Agreement
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Wedding Photography Agreement
  • Photography Agreement
  • Security Policy (Cybersecurity)
  • Information Security Policy
  • Complaint Policy
  • Smoking Policy
  • ESS Eligibility Check
  • Licensing Agreement (IP)

Some key documents

Documents such as the Licensing Agreement (IP) are useful if you want to grant someone the use of your intellectual property. Alternatively, if you want to ensure that person uses it in a manner that was intended and agreed upon by you.

The Share Subscription Agreement is another highly beneficial document. It serves as a contract between a company and investor for the issuing of shares.

These documents are all available on our platform for you to use now, just visit our legal documents library or log into your account at https://my.lawpath.com. Please also contact support at [email protected] if you have any issues using our new features.

Don’t know where to start?
Contact a Lawpath consultant on 1800 529 728 to learn more about customising legal documents and obtaining a fixed-fee quote from Australia’s largest legal marketplace.

Author
Gopi Giri

Gopi currently works in the content team as a Legal Intern for Lawpath. He is in his fourth year of a Bachelor of Law and Commerce (Accounting) at Macquarie University. Gopi is interested in cyber law and future innovations in the legal industry.