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Washington D.C. General Bill of Sale Form

A Washington D.C. general bill of sale is a document used to prove the transfer of ownership of property between two (2) parties. The document, which must be notarized, contains information about the transaction, including details about the seller, buyer, property, and purchase price. The bill of sale should be signed ONLY AFTER both the property and…

Washington D.C. General Warranty Deed Form

A Washington D.C. general warranty deed is a form used to authorize the transfer of property between two parties. In signing a general warranty deed, the seller (also known as the grantor) is offering to the buyer (also known as the grantee) a guarantee that the title is free of any defects. This kind of deed…

Washington D.C. Quit Claim Deed Form

A Washington D.C. quitclaim deed is a form that allows the owner of a property (known as the seller or “grantor”) to transfer the property to another party (known as the buyer or “grantee”). This deed does not offer the grantee any guarantees about the title, such as whether there are liens or encumbrances against it….

Washington DC Multi-Member LLC Operating Agreement Form

A Washington DC multi-member LLC operating agreement is a legally binding document that comprehensively outlines the structures and operations of a multi-member company. In addition, the agreement records the owners’ investments, and percentage interests, as well as rights and responsibilities. While LLC operating agreements are not required by law in the District of Columbia, it is…

Washington DC Single-Member LLC Operating Agreement Form

A Washington DC single-member LLC operating agreement is an internal document that outlines the operating procedures, policies, ownership, and purpose of a single-member business. While the District of Columbia does not require operating agreements by law, it is highly recommended that business owners implement this document for a variety of reasons. Not only is it helpful…

Washington D.C. Eviction Notice for Illegal Activity | 30 days

A Washington D.C. eviction notice for illegal activity is sent to a tenant when they have committed an illegal act on the grounds of the property. The landlord must give the tenant thirty (30) days’ notice to vacate the premises. If the tenant does not leave within thirty (30) days, they will be subject to…

Washington D.C. Notice to Comply or Quit

A Washington D.C. notice to comply or quit is delivered to a tenant when they are in violation of their rental contract (except for late rent). The tenant will be responsible for fixing (“curing”) the issue within a thirty (30) day period or be required to vacate the property. If the tenant neither cures nor…

Washington D.C. Notice to Pay or Quit | Eviction

A Washington D.C. notice to pay or quit is sent to a tenant when the rent has not been paid. The notice gives thirty (30) days for the rent, and all fees, to be paid-in-full. If the tenant does not make payment, they will be forced to move out of the property or else face…

Washington D.C. Revocable Living Trust Form

A Washington D.C. revocable living trust is a legal instrument through which one party, called the settlor (or “grantor”), may transfer assets to other parties, called beneficiaries, after the settlor’s death. Unlike wills, revocable living trusts do not need to go through the probate process, which can slow down and complicate the transfer of assets…

Washington D.C. Unsecured Promissory Note Template

A Washington D.C. unsecured promissory note is a legally binding contract that documents the details of a loan transaction. Such details include information about the borrower and lender, as well as the specific timeframe in which the borrowed amount must be repaid. An unsecured loan enables the lender to file a lawsuit against the borrower in…