In the course of a loan or credit payback it may sometimes be the case that a party is unable to perform their obligations due to an intervening event or circumstance beyond their reasonable control. This letter is to request deferment or abatement of the loan payback due to the Corona virus.
A company policy for employee to be covered under a working from home policy. During this COVID-19 stay at home and work from home policy , there is a need for businesses to make sure their workplace stay safe at home as it would at the office
Letter Requesting Relief for Rent Payment – COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Legal Document: A letter to use while the COVID 19 for payment of rent. A good letter to write to a landlord to request some relief for rent payment.
A contract used for writers or individuals that want to hire a writer for a magazine, book or novel. Sample contract to use to hire a freelance writer. Writers are now going freelance or independent, they need to make sure they are protected. this contract protects both parties.
A sample letter or template to provide to your landlord during the corona virus indicating the lack of ability to pay rent and a request to delay or abate rent until threat of virus is over.
This Home Working Risk Assessment Form should be used when someone uses their home as a place of work. If they are employed, their employer owes the same duty of care to the employee as if he/she were at the employers’ place of work, so a risk assessment is required in order to identify any potential hazards at the premises.
All employees performing basic operations have been instructed to comply with social distancing requirements, and we can assure you that we are executing complete and rigorous protocols in our business, in order to minimize the risk of infection by COVID-19. This letter Request for passage of employees performing essential activities
Whether or not the exclusionary rule applies in driver’s license revocation proceedings, the express consent statute does not allow the Department of Revenue to revoke a driver’s license pursuant to section 42-2-126 on the basis of a search that itself is the product of an illegal stop and arrest. In this case we argued that, The court of appeals erred in holding that a driver cannot rely on the exclusionary rule to raise the illegality of initial police contact as a defense in a driver’s license revocation proceeding conducted pursuant to section Colorado Law,
Note statute has changed this since the appeal.