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Washington D.C. Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Washington D.C. non-compete agreement prohibits an individual who enters into a relationship with a business entity from engaging in a similar business, thus enabling unfair competition. Beginning March 16, 2021, a blanket ban on all employment non-compete agreements (except for some practices) went into effect (D.C. Law 23-209). Although, this law does not restrict…

Washington DC Non-Compete Agreement Template

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Washington D.C. Notary Acknowledgement Form

A Washington D.C. notary acknowledgment form verifies that the signatures included on a document are valid. Notarization, in general, is used for important documents, but as in most states, Washington D.C. allows for at multiple kinds of notarization. The two most common are jurat and acknowledgment. While a jurat indicates that the person signing has…

Washington D.C. Medicaid Prior Authorization Form

A Washington DC Medicaid Prior Authorization Form can be used when a medical practitioner needs to request Medicaid coverage for a drug that is not on the state-approved Preferred Drug List (PDL). In order for the request to be valid, the prescriber will need to present their medical justification(s) for not prescribing a preferred drug…

Washington D.C. Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in D.C.

A Washington, D.C. voter registration form is an application to register as a permanent voter with the District of Columbia Board of Elections. Only residents of the District of Columbia are eligible to vote in District elections. Voters have to require proof of residency with their registration applications. Check Your Voting Status – District of…

Washington D.C. Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in D.C.

Use an attorney at ContractsCounsel to change your name! A Washington, D.C. name change form can be used by anyone who has lived in D.C. for more than six months to apply for a legal name change. To change the name of a minor, a parent, legal guardian, or next-of-kin may apply on behalf of…

Washington D.C. Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST) Form

A Washington D.C. Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST) form is a legal document that allows people to work with physicians to make critical decisions about end-of-life care and ensure that their wishes are respected even if they are no longer conscious. The district once used “Do Not Resuscitate” orders, commonly known as “DNR”…

Washington D.C. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

A Washington DC non-disclosure agreement is a legally binding contract that prohibits the signee from discussing confidential information, including “trade secrets,” belonging to the other party. This document is often used by an employer to restrict an employee from sharing pertinent information about the business with competitors or any non-authorized party during or after employment….

Washington D.C. Security Deposit Demand Letter

A Washington D.C. security deposit demand letter is a document that a tenant can use to notify a landlord that the legally mandated time period for returning a security deposit has ended. According to D.C. regulations, a landlord has forty-five (45) days after the termination of the tenancy to either return the tenant’s security deposit…

Washington D.C. Employment Contract Templates (4)

A Washington D.C. employment contract agreement is a legal document that creates an employer-employee relationship. The agreement will contain binding terms that set out the employee’s job description and duties and the pay and benefits that the employee will receive in return for working a certain amount of time. Depending on the nature of the employment,…