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Montana Quit Claim Deed Form

A Montana quit claim deed is a legal form that allows the conveyance or transfer of real property (land and buildings) from one person, usually called the grantor, to another, usually called the grantee. A quit claim deed is different from a warranty deed because it does not come with a guarantee from the grantor…

Montana 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A Montana landlord’s notice to enter permits a landlord to go into the premises of an occupied dwelling. The landlord should present the tenant with a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours’ notice and should only access the property at reasonable times. Laws – Mont. Code Ann. § 70-24-312 Notice can be used for Inspecting the premises; Making necessary…

Montana Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

A Montana non-compete agreement prohibits a person from participating in the same industry for a period of time and geographical area. It is NOT permitted for employment purposes. Although, is legal for those who have sold a business (limiting the seller), partners in a dissolved partnership, and for general business agreements. Laws Legally Enforceable? Employment…

Montana Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Montana notary acknowledgment form is a document which certifies that a legal instrument has been willingly signed and that the signer’s identity and power to sign are genuine. This document should be presented before a notary public once the legal instrument has been completed in its entirety. All individuals who have signed the pre-notarized…

Montana Revocable Living Trust Form

A Montana revocable living trust form is similar to a Last Will and Testament in that it dictates how an estate is to be divided upon the owner’s death. However, a revocable living trust places the Grantor’s assets and physical property into a trust, which allows their Beneficiaries to bypass the probate process when the estate…

Montana Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Montana self-proving affidavit form is a legal document validating the legitimacy of a last will and testament. Montana law does not require will’s to be notarized; however, a self-proving affidavit is a notarized document that will speed up the probate process once the testator (creator of will) dies. To complete this type of affidavit,…

Montana Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in MT

A Montana name change form is used to petition the District Court to authorize a resident to legally change their name. If a person wishes to change their name in relation to a divorce or marriage, they do not need to petition the court. Instead, they can include the name change in their marriage license…

Montana Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Montana do not resuscitate (DNR) order has been replaced by the Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST). A DNR order is a document that is inserted into a patient’s file declaring that said patient wishes that no cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is applied if they stop breathing or their heart stops. These orders are usually…

Montana Security Deposit Demand Letter

A Montana security deposit demand letter is sent by a tenant to a landlord who has not returned a security deposit following the expiration of a tenancy or surrender of a leased property. Landlords are required to provide the vacating tenant with a list detailing the deductions made for overdue rent and damages incurred by the…

Montana Employment Contract Templates (4)

Montana employment contracts are written agreements between employers and employees that establish their working relationship. On the document, the employer will specify the responsibilities of the employee’s position, the amount of financial compensation, and the duration of employment. Furthermore, if the employee is being given any benefits, paid vacation, or sick days, these should also…