Contracts and Agreements

Below is a list of Contracts & Agreements being offered. The contracts and agreements in the list are the most commonly used forms by business organizations which we can customize to fit your own requirement. Browse through the listing and read the short narrative in each contract to understand their purpose and use.

If your transaction is not covered by any of the contracts in the list we can prepare one that is tailored to your need, and if you want additional provisions, or modify the template provisions, we will make the changes on the content and email to you the revised draft with your desired provisions within 12 to 24 hours, including weekends & holidays. There is no need to wait for days or weeks for the actual contract or legal opinion to be sent to you.

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  • 3. Pay and checkout

    Read carefully the Terms and Conditions and accept, then proceed to Check Out and Payment. Pay for the product or service from any of the different methods of payment. You can either pay on-line thru PayPal or through any Pera Padala establishment or you can deposit at any BDO or BPI branch nearest you.

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  • 5. Receive your customized contract!

    Receive the document, contract or agreement you have selected that fits your requirements through email.

List of contracts available

Contracts by Legalist Philippines

Promissory Note

A promissory note is a document issued by a debtor who promise to pay the creditor or whosoever creditor orders, an amount certain, with or without interest, on a specified date.

Contract of Lease with Option to Buy

The lessor in a contract of lease who is the owner of the leased property may grant the lessee an option to buy the property leased under certain conditions. For the option to be valid and exercisable by the lessee it must be supported by a consideration separate and distinct from the rent as it is treated as a continuing offer to sell the property by the lessor.