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Vermont 14-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment

The Vermont Fourteen (14) Day Notice to Quit is a form used as actual notice delivered to a tenant when payment for rent has gone unpaid on the due date. Within the notice, it explains to the tenant that they will have 14 days after the date delivered to remedy the debt or be terminated…

Vermont Small Estate Affidavit | Petition to Open Small Estate

The Vermont small estate affidavit, also known as the ‘Petition to Open Small Estate’, can be used to expedite the probate process related to an estate valued at $45,000 or less. The affidavit cannot be used to claim real estate. The form must be filed with a local probate court before a named successor can…

Vermont Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The Vermont unsecured promissory note binds a lender and a borrower into a legal promise that requires the borrower of a monetary balance to reimburse a lender in a predetermined time frame. This note does not include security, leaving the lender at risk for losing the loaned balance. Lenders should screen potential lenders to ensure they have…

Vermont Secured Promissory Note Template

The Vermont secured promissory note is a signed legal promise from a borrower stating he or she will reimburse a loaned money balance in a predetermined time frame to the lender. The template includes sections declaring penalties for missing payments to ensure the borrower understands the importance of following the payment method selected in the note….

Vermont Last Will and Testament Template

A Vermont Last Will and Testament is a legal document that allows the testator (person to whom the will belongs) to communicate their wishes with regard to the distribution of personal, fiduciary, or real property upon their death. Wills ensures all property left behind will be properly dispersed in accordance with the testator’s instructions among…

Vermont Deed Forms

A Vermont deed is used to document the transfer of ownership in real estate from one party (the “seller” or “grantor”) to another (the “buyer” or “grantee”). Both parties will need to enter their names, mailing addresses, and marital status (i.e. single or married). After a detailed legal description has been made the form may…

Vermont Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Vermont living trust is an written agreement created by someone in order to protect their assets while they’re living, or mentally incapacitated, and to avoid probate after death. The probate process in Vermont is not as complicated as some states, as it does not follow the Uniform Probate Code, but bypassing probate can still save…

Vermont 48-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A Vermont notice to enter provides a tenant with information regarding when and why their landlord needs to enter the unit. Landlords are only permitted to enter between the hours of 9:00 am and 9:00 pm and must give the tenant at least forty-eight (48) hours’ notice before entering. Laws – 9 V.S.A. §4460 Notice…

Vermont Non-Compete Agreement Template

The Vermont Non-Compete Agreement Template is a useful precautionary tool a Company can use to protect its interests after divulging its Confidential Information to the Recipient. It is important to note, the State of Vermont does not have any laws directly applicable to the subject of Non-Competition. Therefore placing a contractual obligation on the Recipient…

Vermont General Warranty Deed Form

A Vermont general warranty deed is the most common form of instrument used to convey interests in real property in the state. Unlike many other jurisdictions, Vermont does not provide a statutory form for warranty deeds, nor does it require that a warranty deed include the standard warranty covenants found in a warranty deed. However, it should be constructed with common law in…