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Minnesota Corporate Bylaws Template

Minnesota corporate bylaws are rules that define the internal structure and daily operations of a corporation. Corporate bylaws allow the first board of directors or the incorporators to nominate officers and identify their liabilities, duties, and rights within the corporation. The voting power of shareholders may also be addressed along with their ability to call special…

Minnesota Land Contract Template

A Minnesota land contract is a legally binding document used to transfer ownership of vacant land between two parties. When putting together the contract, the parties should include all relevant details surrounding the transaction, such as the agreed-upon purchase price as well as any financial contingencies. All legal descriptors of the land/lot must also be…

Minnesota Non-Solicitation Agreement

A Minnesota non-solicitation agreement is a contract between an employer and employee that can be part of an employment agreement, severance agreement, or function as a stand-alone document. Sometimes, when they are stand-alone, they include non-compete and non-disclosure clauses. These agreements usually create restrictions on the time, location, and types of services that an employee…

Minnesota Partnership Agreement

A Minnesota partnership agreement is a record that breaks down business operations under two or more parties. It normally settles dispute resolution, dissolution, duration, ownership interests, and liabilities. The contract should be as specific as possible to reduce future confusion. Partnership Types General Partnerships (GP) – Chapter 323A (§§ 0101-1203) Limited Partnership (LP) – Chapter…

Minnesota Postnuptial Agreement

A Minnesota postnuptial agreement is a legal document that lets married couples determine certain financial rights and responsibilities if their marriage ends in death or divorce. As with prenuptial agreements, many couples find postnuptial agreements desirable because they can help protect assets against the uncertainty inherent in the divorce process. Unlike prenuptial agreements, or “prenups,” which are…